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Jeff Koons

United States (1955 ) Wikipedia® : Jeff Koons
KOONS Jeff Puppy

Abell A.N.
Sep 16, 2018
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Jeff Koons - Dom Pérignon Balloon Venus

Jeff Koons - Dom Pérignon Balloon Venus

Original 2013
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Lot number: 171
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JEFF KOONS (B. 1955) Dom Pérignon Balloon Venus lacquered polyurethane resin in two parts, 2013, with a bottle of Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2003, with the impressed signature on the suede interior lining of the lower part, from the edition of 650 (there were also forty artist's proofs), lacking the original custom flight case, some minor scuffs in places, otherwise in very good condition 619 x 320 x 352 mm. (overall)
Jeff Koons - Puppy

Jeff Koons - Puppy

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Lot number: 347
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JEFF KOONS: "PUPPY" VASE › , Decorative Objects , Previous , Lot 0347 , Lot 0347 Details , glazed ceramic signed, dated, and numbered 275/3,000 10 7/8 inches wide; 17 1/2 inches high , Condition , Surface scratches and discoloration to bottom, some areas need to be cleaned (surface dirt) esp. in vase part. ,
Jeff Koons -  Balloon Dog (yellow)

Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog (yellow)

Original 2015
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Lot number: 99
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Description: Jeff Koons (b.1955) Balloon Dog (Yellow) Considered as one of the most sought after albeit controversial artists of the 20th century, American artist Jeff Koons sought to infuse the ideas of Pop and Conceptual Art in making the mundane object, including billboards, dogs and balloons into his own distinct iconography. Concerned mainly with the ideas of sex, gender issues, race relations, commercialism, big business, fame or infamy, Koons has sought to bridge above these ideologies using his art as a medium of conversation. Best known for large-scale installations, his Balloon Dogs are one of his most iconic works started in the mid-1990\’s towers over the populace, as an ode to being modern-day Sphinx that have transformed as mere souvenir given to children at birthday parties to being a human symbol in a frenetic consumerist world. Koons once commented to Zuzanna Stanska, a prominent art critic for Daily Art Magazine on the context of this series: \“I\’ve always enjoyed balloon animals because they\’re like us. We\’re balloons. You take a breath and you inhale [its] optimism. You exhale, and it\’s kind of a symbol of death.\” The image of the Balloon Dog has since become an iconic staple in contemporary pop culture with the likes of rapper Shawn Carter (professionally known as Jay-Z) discussing his fascination of the said piece in his 2013 hit single Picasso Baby:\“Oh what a feeling, [expletive] it; I want a billion, Jeff Koons balloons, I just wanna blow up!\” Controversy has constantly followed the Balloon Dog since its inception, with its iterations being exhibited across the globe causing a stir by visitors and even amongst the cultural literati. One famous incident provoked frenzy at the Château de Versailles, when a version in a shocking pink color was exhibited in one of the famed halls of the 17th century former residence of King Louis XIV in 2008, causing the exhibition site to be temporarily closed off to the general public. This iteration done in a limited edition of 2300 was done by Koons in collaboration with the French luxury ceramic maison Bernardaud. Sporting the yellow metallic sheen, this iteration made in a porcelain version that mimics his stainless steel sheen on his more large-scale works. Crafted by gifted artisans from the entire workshop maison in several painstaking hours of hand-polished chrome blended into the ceramic balloon, Koons has reshaped our fascination with the mundane and the fleeting by molding perishable object that of porcelain into an eye-catching souvenir that endures longer than a mere plastic balloon. References: Stanska, Z. (2008, January 21). Jeff Koons and His Balloon Dogs. Retrieved August 10, 2018, from http://www.dailyartmagazine.com/jeff-koons-balloon-dog/ Holzwarth, H., Schneider, E., & Siegel, K. (2015). Koons (1st ed., Basic Art Series 2.0). Köln: Taschen. Edition (1300/2300) produced by Bernadaud, France , 2015 porcelain H: 10 1/2\” x L: 10 1/2\” x W: 5\” (27 cm x 27 cm x 13 cm) This piece is accompanied by a certificate issued by Mr. Michel Bernardaud, President of Bernardaud, France confirming the authenticity of this lot
Jeff Koons -  Puppy (vase)

Jeff Koons - Puppy (vase)

Original 1998
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Lot number: 67
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Jeff Koons (b. 1955) Lot 67: JEFF KOONS (B.1955) | Puppy (Vase) Description: Glazed porcelain, 1998, with the incised signature on the underside, dated and stamp-numbered 769/3000 (total edition includes 50 artist's proofs), published by Art of this Century, New York, and with their stamp, contained in the original box Dimensions: height: 445 mm 17 1/2 in
Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog (red)

Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog (red)

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Lot number: 116
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Jeff Koons Balloon Dog (Red) 1995Porcelain multiple painted in chrome, contained in the original Styrofoam-lined cardboard box with printed artist's name.10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm)Numbered 2001/2300 in black ink on the underside, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, lacking the original stand.
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