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Jeff Koons

United States (1955 ) Wikipedia® : Jeff Koons
KOONS Jeff One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank

Christie's /May 8, 2016
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Jeff Koons - Dom Pérignon Balloon Venus

Jeff Koons - Dom Pérignon Balloon Venus

Original 2013
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Lot number: 537
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Jeff Koons B. 1955 DOM PÉRIGNON BALLOON VENUS stamped with the artist's signature on the suede interior lacquered polyurethane resin, Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2003, maintenance kit, original custom flight case 24 3/8 by 12 3/4 by 13 7/8 in. 61.9 by 32.4 by 35.2 cm. Executed in 2013, this work is from an edition of 650 plus 40 artist's proofs.
Jeff Koons - Spilt-rocker Vase

Jeff Koons - Spilt-rocker Vase

Original 2013
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Lot number: 319
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JEFF KOONS Spilt-Rocker Vase . Glazed porcelain vase, 2013. 360x400x330 mm; 14 1/4x15 3/4x13 inches. With the artist's red ink signature and numbered 460/3500 on the base. Manufactured by Bernardaud, Limoges. With the original presentation box. Koons (born 1955) created this porcelain multiple in collaboration with Bernardaud, based on his monumental, 37-feet tall, flower-covered sculpture, in commemoration of Bernardaud's 150 year anniversary. Share
Jeff Koons - Balloon Flower (magenta)

Jeff Koons - Balloon Flower (magenta)

Original 2012
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Lot number: 122
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Lot 122: Balloon Flower (Magenta), Digital Print signed by Jeff Koons Digital Print in Colors on RC paper Presumably Germany, 2008 Photographer: Alois Mertens The ‘Balloon Flower (Magenta)’’’’’’’’ is one of five sculptures of Koons 'Celebration' series and has already achieved maximum prices in the auction market
Jeff Koons - One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank

Jeff Koons - One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank

Original 1985
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Lot number: 21A
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Lot Description Jeff Koons (B. 1955) One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank (Spalding Dr. J Silver Series) glass, steel, sodium chloride reagent, distilled water and basketball 64 3/4 x 32 3/4 x 15 1/2 in. (164.6 x 83.1 x 39.3 cm.) Executed in 1985. This work is number one from an edition of two. Special Notice On occasion, Christie's has a direct financial interest in the outcome of the sale of certain lots consigned for sale. This will usually be where it has guaranteed to the Seller that whatever the outcome of the auction, the Seller will receive a minimum sale price for the work. This is known as a minimum price guarantee. Where Christie's has provided a Minimum Price Guarantee it is at risk of making a loss, which can be significant, if the lot fails to sell. Christie's therefore sometimes chooses to share that risk with a third party. In such cases the third party agrees prior to the auction to place an irrevocable written bid on the lot. The third party is therefore committed to bidding on the lot and, even if there are no other bids, buying the lot at the level of the written bid unless there are any higher bids. In doing so, the third party takes on all or part of the risk of the lot not being sold. If the lot is not sold, the third party may incur a loss. The third party will be remunerated in exchange for accepting this risk based on a fixed fee if the third party is the successful bidder or on the final hammer price in the event that the third party is not the successful bidder. The third party may also bid for the lot above the written bid. Where it does so, and is the successful bidder, the fixed fee for taking on the guarantee risk may be netted against the final purchase price. Third party guarantors are required by us to disclose to anyone they are advising their financial interest in any lots they are guaranteeing. However, for the avoidance of any doubt, if you are advised by or bidding through an agent on a lot identified as being subject to a third party guarantee you should always ask your agent to confirm whether or not he or she has a financial interest in relation to the lot. Provenance International With Monument Gallery, New York Saatchi Collection, London Gagosian Gallery, New York Acquired from the above by the present owner Literature M. A. Staniszewski, “Hot Commodities,” Manhattan, Inc ., June 1986, p. 159 (another example illustrated in color). A. Jones, “Jeff Koons,” Galleries Magazine, October 1986, pp. 94-97 (another example illustrated in color). F. Owen, “Neo-Geo,” I.D., February 1987, pp. 90-91 (another example illustrated in color). P. Taylor, “My Art Belongs to Dada,” Observer, 6 September 1987, pp. 36-41 (another example illustrated in color). Collins and Milazzo, “Radical Consumption,” New Observations, 1 October 1987, pp. 2-23 (another example illustrated in color). A. Schwartzman, “Corporate Culture,” Manhattan, Inc ., 1 December 1987, pp. 137-141 (another example illustrated in color). R. Smith, “Rituals of Consumption,” Art in America, vol. 76, no. 5, May 1988, p. 165 (another example illustrated in color). D. Kuspit, “The Opera is Over: A Critique of Eighties Sensibility,” Artscribe , September/October 1988, pp. 44-49 (another example illustrated in color). R. Lacayo, “Artist Jeff Koons Makes, and Earns, Giant Figures,” People Weekly, New York, 8 May 1989, pp. 127-132 (another example illustrated in color). D. Kazanjian, “Koons Crazy,” Vogue, August 1990, pp. 338-343 (another example illustrated in color). J. Koons and R. Rosenblum, The Jeff Koons Handbook, London, 1992, p. 154. A. Muthesius, Jeff Koons , Cologne, 1992, pp. 52-53 (another example illustrated). T. Crow, “Marx to Sharks,” Artforum , April 2003, p. 48 (another example illustrated in color). D. V. Agostinis, “Jeff Koons,” Arte Magazine , November/December 2004, no. 5, pp. 64-72 (another example illustrated in color and on the cover). C. Long, “Loony Koons,” Tatler , vol. 3, no. 5, May 2007, pp. 11, 116-122. H.W. Holzwarth, ed., Jeff Koons , Cologne, 2008, pp. 144, 146 and 585 (another example illustrated in color). M. Sollins, ed., Art:21 - Art in the Twenty-First Century 5 , Dalton, 2009, p. 90 (another example illustrated in color). S. Sutcliffe, The Art of The Vintage , London, 2009, p. 331 (another example illustrated in color). M. Archer, Jeff Koons: One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank, London, 2011, pp. 15, 18-19 (another example illustrated in color and on the front cover). K. Johnson, Are You Experienced?: How Psychedelic Consciousness Transformed Modern Art , New York, 2011, p. 194 (another example illustrated in color). E. Booth-Clibborn, ed., The History of the Saatchi Gallery, London, 2011, p. 150 (illustrated in color). L. Blissett, “Sept moments-clefs dans une vie d’’’’artiste,” Beaux Arts editions , December 2014, pp. 8-9. Exhibited London, Saatchi Gallery, NY Art Now , September 1987-January 1988, p. 132 and 237 (illustrated in color). Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Jeff Koons , July-August 1988, pp. 17, 39, 40, no. 9 (another example exhibited, illustrated and illustrated in color on the cover). Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum; Denmark, Aarhus Kunstmuseum and Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Jeff Koons: Retrospective, November 1992-April 1993, pp. 18-19 and 98 (Amsterdam, incorrectly illustrated) and pp. 29 and 111 (Denmark, illustrated in color). New York, Skarstedt Fine Art, Cindy Sherman, Mike Kelley , Jeff Koons, Richard Prince, April-May 1996. New York, C & M Arts, Jeff Koons: Highlights of 25 Years , April-June 2004, n.p., pl. 12 (illustrated in color). Greenwich, Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Remembering Henry's Show , May 2009-January 2010, pp. 91 and 174 (illustrated in color). New York, New Museum, Skin Fruit: Selections from the Dakis Joannou Collection , March-June 2010, pp. 78-79 and 202 (another example exhibited and illustrated in color). New York, Skarstedt Fine Art, 1980's Revisited , March-April 2013. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s , September 2014-January 2015, pp. 93 and 198 (another example exhibited and illustrated in color).
Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog

Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog

Original 2002
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Lot number: 717
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Jeff Koons (American, b. 1955) Balloon Dog, 2002 Metalized porcelain (with original box and stand) Numbered 1812/2300 10 1/8" diameter Publisher: Museum of Contemporary Arts, Los Angeles Provenance: Private Collection, New York Numbered in ink 1812 out of 2300, on verso. A few light scratches on dish, 1/16" chip on lower front leg. Please be advised that condition reports are often updated during preview. Please be sure to check for updated condition reports the day of the sale, as there may have been a change or addition.
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