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Photo and Art
Author: Jeff Koons
ISBN: 0892072385
Subcategory: Individual Artists
Pages 80 pages
Publisher Guggenheim Museum (July 2003)
Language English
Category: Photo and Art
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Jeffrey L. Koons (/kuːnz/; born January 21, 1955) is an American artist recognized for his work dealing with popular culture and his sculptures depicting everyday objects.

Jeffrey L. Koons (/kuːnz/; born January 21, 1955) is an American artist recognized for his work dealing with popular culture and his sculptures depicting everyday objects, including balloon animals – produced in stainless steel with mirror-finish surfaces. He lives and works in both New York City and his hometown of York, Pennsylvania

Koons, Jeff and Norman Rosenthal. Jeff Koons: Conversations with Norman Rosenthal. China: Thames & Hudson, 2014, p. 35. Tölke, Andreas. Gleichgewicht Der Kräfte

Koons, Jeff and Norman Rosenthal. Gleichgewicht Der Kräfte. Build March 2011, pp. 56-57, illustrated in color. Holzwarth, Hans Werner, ed. Jeff Koons. Cologne, 2008, p. 514, illustrated in color.

Jeff Koons: La Retrospective: The Portfolio of the Exhibition. France: Centre Pompidou, 2014, p. 118 (Pink/Blue). Jeff Koons: Easy Fun-Ethereal. Exh. ca. Berlin: Deutsche Guggenheim, 2000, p. 24 (fig. Champion, Julie and Caroline Edde. Jeff Koons: La Retrospective: The Album of the Exhibition. Belgium: Centre Pompidou, 2014, p. 42 (Pink/Blue). Jeff Koons: Le Roi Midas. Arts Magazine December 2014, p. 106-107 (Pink/Blue). Koons, Jeff and Norman Rosenthal. 7), illustrated in color (Orange/Red).

Jeff Koons is widely regarded as one of the most important, influential, popular, and controversial artists of the postwar er.

Jeff Koons: A Retrospective is organized by Scott Rothkopf, Nancy and Steve Crown Family Curator and Associate Director of Programs.

Jeff Koons is an internationally recognized artist based in New York City. Jeff Koons: A Retrospective. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain.

Photo: Tom Powel Imaging. The Easyfun-Ethereal series, which eventually expanded to twenty-four paintings, allowed Koons to work more spontaneously, in contrast to the detailed production demands of the Celebration sculptures. Photo: Tom Powel Imaging. Working from computer-scanned reproductions taken from various printed media, as well as from his own photographs, he considers the use of gesture, expression, and eroticism in artistic precedents and American advertising.

For his recent series of work entitled Easy Fun-Ethereal, Jeff Koons employs new computer technology to merge populist icons into desktop . Jeff Koons: Easyfun-Ethereal Hardcover – July 2, 2003. by. Jeff Koons (Author).

For his recent series of work entitled Easy Fun-Ethereal, Jeff Koons employs new computer technology to merge populist icons into desktop collages. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Jeff Koons (Author), David Sylvester (Contributor).

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For his recent series of work entitled Easy Fun-Ethereal, Jeff Koons employs new computer technology to merge populist icons into desktop collages, which he then transforms into traditional oil paintings rendered with photorealist precision. Drawn from glossy magazines and advertisements, the imagery includes smiley-faced sandwiches, spiraling roller coasters, succulent lips and abstract juice splashes. These hybrids of fun and fantasy simultaneously celebrate childhood pleasures and adult sexual desire: in keeping with Koons's stated intention to "communicate with the masses," the cheerful works are accessible to all. Accompanying an exhibition of seven large-scale paintings commissioned for the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin, this lively volume features 40 full-color reproductions. Art historian David Sylvester's interview with Koons puts forth the artist's perspective on his career to date, while Robert Rosenblum's essay provides an in-depth analysis of the technique and imagery employed in EasyFun-Ethereal.