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by Jeff Koons



Jeff Koons (born 1955) has created a unique visual universe, as accessible as it is esoteric, as innocent as it is erotic, as historic as it is here and now. In the process, he has become a giant of contemporary visual culture, lauded by collectors, institutions, and the public alike.

With hundreds of images and a succinct art historical analysis, this Jeff Koons monograph explores the unique visual universe which brought us stainless-steel rabbits, cut-up comic book figures, and a distinctly profound banality. A compact version of the sell-out Collector’s Edition, this book is a definitive introduction to one of the most challenging yet captivating contemporary artists.

After the sell-out Collector’s Edition monograph, this trade edition brings the same overview of Koons’s unique oeuvre, just with a smaller format and softer price tag. Basketballs in tanks! Stainless-steel blow-ups! Topiary dog sculptures! The sinister sculpture of Michael Jackson and Bubbles. It’s all here, testament to a key tastemaker and tasteshifter of our time, who has imbued the trivial with import and a breadth and rigor rivaling Warhol.

The book includes a biographical essay, an analysis of Koons from a European perspective, and a scholarly study of his work. This is a sumptuous objet d’art and the definitive overview of Koons’s work.

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Dimensions 33,4 x 25 cm 13 1/8 x 9 7/8 in
Publisher Taschen
Contributors Katy Siegel Ingrid Sischy Eckhard Schneider
Pages 592
ISBN 9783836503280
Publication Date 2019


Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons was born in York, Pennsylvania in 1955. He studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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