Jeff Koons - Split Rocker
by Jeff Koons
Split Rocker, 2012
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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American artist Jeff Koons paired with Bernardaud to translate his iconic floral sculpture, Split-Rocker, into porcelain limited editions. Jeff Koons and Bernardaud both share a history of creating porcelain objects with exquisite surface detail using traditional skills and techniques in the fabrication of porcelain.
This close collaboration has led to the creation of a work by Jeff Koons: a coupe porcelain plate titled Split-Rocker in a limited edition of 2,500 copies.
Created in 2000, the floral sculpture Split-Rocker is a highly complex architectural structure covered with a million brightly colored flowers. The bicephalous piece, inspired by a rocking toy for children is divided in two parts: the 'Dino' section (the head of the dinosaur) and the rocking horse section (the head of a pony).