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A classic and unique work by the celebrated US artist Jeff Koons. The work is marker on vinyl and is signed and dated by the artist, lower margin. It formed part of an exhibition at the NY Hugo Boss store in 2001.

Jeff Koons is among the most controversial artists to have emerged in the past 20 years, spawning a new generation of Neo-Dada artists, such as Damien Hirst. Like Marcel Duchamp and Andy Warhol, Koons is concerned with the transformation of everyday objects into art. His work merges high culture and kitsch into banal works of balloon animals, topiary terriers, and pop icons. Koons insists that there are no hidden meanings in his art, feeling it causes too much critical contemplation. Instead, he wishes his work to be perceived for its initial reaction instilled within the viewer. Over the course of his career, Koons has received numerous awards including the John Singleton Copley Award (2010), the Wollaston Award from the Royal Academy of London (2008), and the Artistic Achievement Award from Americans for the Arts (2006), among others.

Select Public Collections:
Guggenheim Museum (New York, NY)
Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY)
Tate Gallery (London, UK)
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (San Francisco, CA)
Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY)
Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art (Amsterdam, NL)

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Provenance:
  • Jeff Koons Hugo Boss Private Collection, London
  • Ships From: United Kingdom
  • Shipping Dimensions: 19.8 x 19.8 in. (50.29 x 50.29 cm.)
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