Jeff Koons - Play-Doh
Porcelain, white, screenprint
Ø 31 cm, 12,2 Inches
Edition of 2500
Signed in the print and numbered in the porcelain on the back, with a certificate from the Bernardaud factory.
Manufactured by Bernardaud, Limoges, France
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'Play-Doh' is part of the highly acclaimed Celebration series which relates to the cyclical year (birthdays, holidays, seasons, etc.) and a more general celebration of the cycle of life and values like innocence, pleasure, and suspension of judgment. The image references, Play-Doh (1995-2008), a large-scale oil painting depicting a mound of Play-Doh against a reflective Mylar background, refracting the shapes and colors, creating a limitless spectrum of colors and textures. Koons wanted the Celebration paintings to be as objective as possible, a universal experience where everyone would see the same thing.