Jeff Koons

Art , Installation
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 ('Hulk (Organ)', 2004-2014 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Hulk (Organ)', 2004-2014 / © Jeff Koons
 ('Balloon Dog (Magenta)', 1994-2000 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Balloon Dog (Magenta)', 1994-2000 / © Jeff Koons
 (Vu de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out)
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Vu de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out
 (Jeff Koons posant pour sa propre pub dans le magazine 'Art', 1988 / © Jeff Koons)
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Jeff Koons posant pour sa propre pub dans le magazine 'Art', 1988 / © Jeff Koons
 ('Metallic Venus', 2010-2012 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Metallic Venus', 2010-2012 / © Jeff Koons
 ('Antiquity 3', 2009-2011 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Antiquity 3', 2009-2011 / © Jeff Koons
 ('Lobster', 2003 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Lobster', 2003 / © Jeff Koons
 (Vue de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out)
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Vue de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out
 ('Michael Jackson and Bubbles', 1988 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Michael Jackson and Bubbles', 1988 / © Jeff Koons
 (Vu de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out)
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Vu de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out
 ('Gazing Ball (Ariadne)', 2013 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Gazing Ball (Ariadne)', 2013 / © Jeff Koons
 (Vue de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out)
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Vue de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out
 ('Three Ball Total Equilibrium Tank (Dr. J Silver Series)', 1985 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Three Ball Total Equilibrium Tank (Dr. J Silver Series)', 1985 / © Jeff Koons
 (Vue de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out)
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Vue de l'exposition 'Jeff Koons' / Photo : © TB / Time Out
 ('Moses', 1985 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Moses', 1985 / © Jeff Koons
 ('Large Vase of Flowers', 1991 / © Jeff Koons)
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'Large Vase of Flowers', 1991 / © Jeff Koons

The Centre Pompidou looks back on the 35-year career of one of the most controversial American artists living and working today. Expect overwhelming kitsch, fluorescent rabbits and lots of shiny things. A century after Marcel Duchamp’s bicycle wheel (he also has a show at the Pompidou, coincidentally), this little look at the sparkling Koons world comes at just the right time, reminding us that the eternal march of all things ready-made isn’t always positive.

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