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Jeff Koons

United States (1955 ) Wikipedia® : Jeff Koons
KOONS Jeff Balloon Dog (blue)

Christie's /Dec 10, 2015
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Jeff Koons - Balloon Venus Dom Pérignon

Jeff Koons - Balloon Venus Dom Pérignon

Original 2013
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Lot number: 54
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Jeff Koons B.1955 BALLOON VENUS DOM PÉRIGNON Executed in 2013, this work is from an edition of 650; Champagne is of vintage 2003. inscribed with the artist signature lacquered polyurethane resin; 1 bottle of Dom Perignon champagne 49.2 (H) by 34.5 by 45 cm., 19 3/8 by 13 5/8 by 17 3/4 in. Authentication This work is accompanied by a product brochure, maintenance kit and custom trunk.
Jeff Koons - Stacked Animals

Jeff Koons - Stacked Animals

Original 2003
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Lot number: 1
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Created for the International Centre for Missing and Abused Children, this photolithograph by famed Contemporary artist Jeff Koons features a column of farm animals: a pig, goat, dog and songbird. Based on his 1988 sculpture of the same name, “Stacked Animals” features the artist’’’’s recognizable kitschy figures. Jeff Koons (American, b. 1955) Widely regarded as one of the most popular and controversial artists in the postwar era, Jeff Koons is known for his over-sized sculptures of banal objects. Koons studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Maryland. Over the course of his career, he has pioneered new approaches to the concept of the readymade and has cultivated his media persona. Since his first solo show in 1980, Koons's work has been widely exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions. In 2014, the Whitney Museum of American Art mounted the first major retrospective of his work. The artist currently lives and works in New York. Condition Scattered minor soft handling creases. In overall good condition. Jeff Koons, ‘Stacked Animals’’, Photolithograph, 2003 Photolithograph in colors USA, 2003 Jeff Koons (b. 1955) – American Neo-Pop artist Signed and dated in pencil, numbered ‘P.P. 3/5’’’’ Aside from the edition of 225 plus 20 artist’’’’ s proofs Published by International Centre for Missing and Abused Children Printed by Derriere L’’’’Etoile Studios, Inc., New York Dimensions: 33 ½ x 27 in. (85.1 x 68.6 cm.) Very good condition
Jeff Koons - Split Rocker

Jeff Koons - Split Rocker

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Jeff Koons, Split Rocker, Porcelain Vase, Multiple, 2012 Porcelain, glazed inside France, 2012 Jeff Koons (born 1955) – US-American artist Printed signature ‘Koons’’’’, numbered and dated ‘J […]. 0469/3500. 2012‘, as well as typographically titled ‘Split Rocker’’’’ and with maker’’’’s mark on the underside Manufactured by Bernardaud, Limoges, France (founded in 1863) Copy 469 from the edition of 3500 Height: c. 38 cm With the original cardboard box: 37 x 43.3 x 43.3 cm Very good condition The vase is a small variant of the monumental Split-Rocker flower sculpture that was installed in the garden of the Fondation Beyeler in 2012. Jeff Koons is one of the most controversial contemporary artists The design of the present porcelain vase shows two halves of typical rocking horse heads, put together along a split line in the center. The left side turns out to be a pony, whereas the right side depicts a dinosaur. Koons seems to have been deeply inspired by Cubism, since he deliberately proceeded with the practice of disassembling and re-assembling incoherent objects. The ‘Split Rocker’’’’ thus visualizes the idea of combining alleged contradictions and was repeated in different designs, including the colossal floral sculpture.
Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog (blue)

Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog (blue)

Original 2002
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Lot number: 205
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Jeff Koons (b. 1955) Balloon dog (Blue) metallic porcelain multiple, 2002, numbered 150/2300 on the printed label on the reverse, published by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, some minor surface crazing, generally in good condition, with the original white box with the artist's name printed in metallic blue and plastic stand 260 mm. (diameter)
Jeff Koons - Dom Perignon Balloon Venus

Jeff Koons - Dom Perignon Balloon Venus

Original 2003
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Lot number: 240
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Lot Description JEFF KOONS (NÉ EN 1955) Dom Perignon Balloon Venus signé et titré 'Dom Perignon Balloon Venus by Jeff Koons' (à intérieur) résine polyurethane et bouteille de champagne rosé Dom Perignon 2003 61.5 x 35.5 x 32.5 cm. (24 ¼ x 14 x 12 ¾ in.) Réalisée en 2013, cette oeuvre est issue d'une édition de six cent cinquante exemplaires. Special Notice This item will be transferred to an offsite warehouse after the sale. Please refer to department for information about storage charges and collection details. Provenance Collection privée, Paris Acquis auprès de celle-ci par le propriétaire actuel Post-Lot Text 'DOM PÉRIGNON BALLOON VENUS'; SIGNED AND TITLED INSIDE; LACQUERED POLYURETHANE RESIN AND A BOTTLE OF 2003 DOM PERIGNON CHAMPAGNE ROSÉ.
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