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Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons

United States
Legendary artist

Jeff Koons is one of the most popular contemporary American artists. His neo-pop aesthetic and conceptual prowess borrow heavily from consumer culture.

Born Jeffrey Koons on January 21, 1955 in York, Pennsylvania, the artist studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, but it was in finance that he began his career as a broker on Wall Street. Jeff Koons managed to combine his talents in the stock market and his passion for art by becoming the best investment of the 20th century.

Jeff Koons will be particularly marked by the iconography of advertising and American pop art of the 1980s. Consumer objects and everyday utensils will gain in value in his hands. He will take up the principle of Marcel Duchamp's "ready made" and elevate them to the status of works of art, starting with vacuum cleaners or basketballs.

Particularly fond of kitsch, Jeff Koons will exploit this vein to the full and conquer collectors around the world. He uses the icons of popular culture labeled USA to add them to this aesthetic. Michael Jackson freezes in a white and golden porcelain, Popeye shimmers like a stainless steel balloon and the Hulk inflates with air in anger.

Both Jeff Koons' fame and his work took a turn in 1991, when the artist married pornographic actress Ilona Anna Staller, also known as Cicciolina. Together they made the sultry work "Made In Heaven", where the couple is staged and plays on eroticism and more if ambiguous. It is an absolute media success that increases the reputation and fame of Jeff Koons.

In his Balloon Dog series (1994 - 2000), we feel the weight through the use of mirror-polished steel that is missing from the original inflatable version. His work, Balloon Dog (Orange) sold for a whopping $58.4 million at auction in 2013, made him the most prolific living artist of the time.

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Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog - Magenta edition
Jeff Koons
Ceramic Sculpture
26 x 26 cm
Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog - Orange edition (1) (1)
Jeff Koons
Ceramic Sculpture
26 x 26 cm
Jeff Koons - Balloon Dog - Yellow edition (1)
Jeff Koons
Ceramic Sculpture
26 x 26 cm

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Jeff Koons's Career

Maryland Institute College of Art


2008 :

  • Jeff Koons - Celebration, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin; 11 works exhibited on the first floor of this Berlin gallery.
  • Koons Versailles
  • 17 emblematic works of the artist take place in the apartments and gardens of the Château de Versailles20, from September 10, 2008 to January 4, 2009.

2010 : Popeye sculpture, Galerie Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris21

2012 :

  • Animal Beauty - from Dürer to Jeff Koons, Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, Paris (group show)
  • Split Rocker - Jeff Koons at the Bayeler Foundation, Basel
  • Almine Rech Gallery, Brussels

2013 :

  • Lady Gaga - Jeff Koons at artRAVE (festival celebrating the release of ARTPOP by Lady Gaga)

2014- 2015 :

  • Jeff Koons, The Retrospective, Centre Pompidou, Paris

2015 :

  • Jeff Koons, The Retrospective, Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao. June 9, 2015 to September 27, 2015.


  • Almine Rech Gallery, London
  • Jeff Koons, the painter and sculptor, Schirn Kunsthalle & Liebighaus, Frankfurt, June 20 - September 16, 201622


  • Antiquity (Daughters of Leucippus), Musée Saint-Raymond, Toulouse. February 22 to September 22, 2019.


  • Jeff Koons Mucem, works from the Pinault collection, Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée, Marseille. Until October 18, 2021.


In 2014, Jeff Koons was ranked by ArtReview magazine in the top 10 of the "Power 100" (ranking of the 100 most influential people in the contemporary art world). He went from 56th place to 7th