The New York sculptor Elliott Arkin has designed a paddle ball game with Donald Trump’s scowling face printed on the wooden paddle—the rubber ball hits his open mouth—for Gagosian… More ›
Posts Tagged: Jeff Koons
In retrospect, Seth Price’s latest, obscenely titled “novel” (hand-censored above) might not have been the best reading material to bring along to Art Basel Miami Beach. The slim,… More ›
Frank Stella, Sofia Coppola, and Jeff Koons are among a group of culturally prominent signatories to an appeal against the Frick Collection’s controversial expansion sent to New York mayor Bill… More ›
“Not all that glitters is gold” — it’s a saying many wise men have riffed on, from Shakespeare to Smash Mouth’s Steve Harwell. On Tuesday, however, Black Rock, Inc…. More ›
Today in the New York Times’s exhaustive coverage of every little thing Jeff Koons does, we learned that Koons has been tapped by philanthropist group Project Perpetual to create a series of works… More ›
Although we couldn’t be more over it with the hundreds of Jeff Koons instagrams in our feed this week, it would be a serious omission not to include a few. Here’s Elisabeth von Thurn und Taxis’s… More ›
Which came first, the gazing ball or the egg? A giant egg created by Jeff Koons for Faberge’s “Big Egg Hunt” is officially the most expensive artwork ever sold on auction site Paddle8. Although… More ›
Jeff Koons, one of the most famous artists to come out of the East Village gallery scene, is back on his old stomping grounds, sort of. His sculpture “Balloon Rabbit (Red)” (2005-2010) has… More ›
Art Production Fund director Casey Fremont posted this regram of Jay Z visiting the Warhol Museum.
As you may have heard, much of North America is currently caught in the chilly swirl of something allegedly called a “polar vortex,” a phrase that is as cool as the tremendous lack of… More ›
While everyone else is juice-cleansing and visiting the gym religiously, we’ve decided to commit to a resolution that we feel pretty confident we’ll be able to keep — to see more art and to… More ›
The Art Production Fund‘s Yvonne Force Villareal was at NBC‘s studios, where she snapped this great picture of the tree at Rockefeller Center.
The ever-imaginative art collective Friends With You always seem to hit exactly the right note for Art Basel in Miami Beach. This year, their installation “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” in… More ›
In addition to having what may be the most expensive work on sale at Art Basel in Miami Beach — his sculpture “Baroque Egg With Bow (Turquoise/Magenta)” in Gagosian‘s booth —… More ›
On Friday Los Angeles’s The Broad announced an unlikely pairing for an upcoming talk in its “The Un-Private Collection” series. On February 24, 2014, gazing ball mastermind Jeff… More ›
Of course, a lady in a Roy Lichtenstein would head to the Whitney Museum Halloween Party.
Last night’s Whitney Museum gala and studio party drew an eclectic mix of attendees to Midtown Manhattan that included the usual suspects (Larry Gagosian, Chuck Close, Jeff Koons), the Hollywood… More ›
During the festivities at Frieze London, Salon 94‘s Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn shot this very British portrait of Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry.
If you happen to follow Lady Gaga on Twitter you may already know that the Marina Abramovic acolyte has just dropped a big Jeff Koons-related ball — gazing ball, that is. Gaga has unveiled the cover… More ›
On Tuesday Americans for the Arts announced the five recipients of its 2013 National Arts Awards, with sculptor Joel Shapiro, philanthropists John and Mary Pappajohn — of the Pappajohn Sculpture… More ›
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles will not be the first venue to host Jeff Koons‘s forthcoming 35-year retrospective, as was originally planned, though a spokesperson for the museum… More ›
On Monday the notoriously secretive billionaire industrialist Mitchell Rales and his art historian and curator wife Emily Rales gathered a small selection of Maryland’s cultural elite on the… More ›
John Baldessari on the floor, “White Snow” off-duty, and a strawberry that looks like Hello Kitty are a few things that popped up on the art world’s Instagrams this week, where the… More ›
May was a big month for the art world, and from Frieze New York to the Venice Biennale, artists, curators, auctioneers, and collectors were out in droves — and taking to Instagram to prove it…. More ›
The 2013 edition of the Lyon Biennale, titled “Meanwhile, Suddenly…And then,” brings together 52 artists — including Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch, Dan Colen, Yoko Ono, Tom Sachs, and the… More ›