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Jeff Koons - Various - Harpsichord 2000 (CD)

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  1. Vorisar says:
    May 30,  · Jeff Koons has been controversial from the very beginning of his career, which began around Having experimented with inflatable bunnies, sculptures of cheesy angels and a lot of pink, he challenged us and our pre-conceptions of art and kitsch, of .
  2. Yokasa says:
    Jeff Koons, one of a number of American artists to emerge in the s with an aesthetic devoted to the decade’s pervasive consumer culture. A couple of Koons’s best-known works, Balloon Dog (Orange) (s) and Rabbit (), set auction records. Read more about Koons’s life and career.
  3. Fedal says:
    Hypermental. Wahnhafte Wirklichkeit Von Salvador Dali bis Jeff Koons Kunsthaus Zürich, Jeff Koons: Easyfun — Ethereal Deutsche Guggenheim, Ausblick auf das neue Jahrtausend/ Art at the Turn of the Millennium Burkhard Riemschneider, Uta Grosenick, Cologne, Interno — Esterno/Alterno FENDI, New York,
  4. Daigal says:
    Jul 17,  · Jeff Koons, One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank (Spalding Dr. J Series), Glass, steel, sodium chloride reagent, distilled water, basketball; 64 3/4 x 30 3/4 x .
  5. Dutaxe says:
    Lady Gaga – Artpop (Jeff Koons) Jeff Koons’ Balloon Dog (Orange) sold for a preposterous $58 million when it was auctioned in November , so if Lady Gaga’s never going to get rich from.
  6. Kazragal says:
    Now that Christian Viveros-Faune has slammed Jeff Koons’ "Made in Heaven" series in the Village Voice (even ridiculing dealer Amalia Dayan for giving him a personal tour of the revived show in her uptown townhouse) and Roberta Smith has laid waste to the same body o’ work in the New York Times, even boldly recycling the old whispers that that’s not Jeff’s handle in the Cicciolina.
  7. Jugami says:
    Exh. cat., Berlin: Deutsche Guggenheim, [Text by Robert Rosenblum; interview with Jeff Koons by David Sylvester], p. 39 (fig. 20), illustrated in color. Jeff Koons: A Millennium Celebration - Works from the Dakis Joannou Collection
  8. Yogami says:
    Celebrating Principally The Harpsichord, But Also Spinette, Clavinet & Clavichord, This Great Compilation Was Inspired By The Momus Song 'Jeff Koons', Which Is Included Here & Is The Only Previously Released Track.

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