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Jeff Koons Balloon Venus Lespugue (Red), 2013–2019 [Red version completed May 2020] Mirror-polished stainless steel with transparent color coating 105 1/16 x 48 13/16 x 41 3/16 inches 266.9 x 124.1 x 104.7 cm

Now Open—Studio: Jeff Koons

Live now on davidzwirner.com Studio: Jeff Koons featuring process videos, artist preparatory drawings, and several artist videos.

Jeff Koons (b. 1955)Seated Ballerinamirror-polished stainless steel with transparent colour coating210.8 x 113.5 x 199.8 cm© Jeff KoonsArtist’s proofEdition of 32010–2015

Jeff Koons to go to Oxford

A major exhibition of the work of Jeff Koons (b. 1955) will be held at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, in spring 2019.

Jeff Koons, Gazing Ball (Poussin The Triumph of Pan), 2015–16, oil on canvas, glass, and aluminum, 63 1/2 × 68 1/4 × 14 3/4 inches (161.3 × 173.4 × 37.5 cm) © Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons new show opens in New York

Gagosian are showing recent works by Jeff Koons from his Gazing Ball series. Making use of conceptual constructs including the ancient, the everyday, and the sublime, Koons creates luxurious icons and elaborate tableaux, which, beneath their captivating exteriors, engage the viewer in a metaphysical dialogue with cultural history.

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Plato in L.A.

The Greek philosopher Plato is one of the founding figures of Western civilization. His legacy encompasses ethics, politics, theology, and poetics. In this exhibition, some of today’s most celebrated artists consider Plato’s impact on the contemporary world.

Jeff Koons Lips, 2000 (detail) Oil on canvas 120 × 168 inches (304.8 × 426.7 cm) © Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons EasyFun-Ethereal

“Easyfun-Ethereal,” will feature seven large-scale paintings by Jeff Koons, which were first presented together at the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin in 2000. Also on view, will be Woman Reclining (2010–14), a granite sculpture from the Antiquity series.

Jimmy De Sana, born 1949 Marker Cones, 1982 Medium C-print on paper © Courtesy of Wilkinson Gallery, London and The Estate of Jimmy De Sana

Performing for the Camera

The exhibition ‘Performing for the Camera’ at Tate Modern boasts many artistic names, including Yves Klein, Ai Weiwei, Francesca Woodman, Cindy Sherman and Erwin Wurm. However, the show is not simply a collection of famous works and artists. The way in which the exhibition is curated sensitively displays both well-known and unfamiliar works.

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