June 10, 2010 by Post Team
Jeff Koons:If you see a giant balloon animal or a big tin man when accessing Google home page is likely to see another work of art New York artist Jeff Koons. He is best known for playing great everyday objects, like the puppy, a 43-foot reproduction of a small dog flowers or heart pendant, a heart of magenta color, with a weight of gold over tape puonds 3500.
Koons In his early years he studied painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the Maryland Institute College of Art and later worked as a commodities broker, while established as an artist. It was a big fan of Salvador Dalí, large enough to visit the Saint Regis Hotel in New York.
Jeff Koons won recognition as an artist in the 1980s and established a studio in Soho, where he worked with 30 attendees – in a way similar to Andy Warhol who called his creative activity “The art of manufacturing.”
Some consider Koons be a great conceptual artist, determined to pay millions for some of his works of art. Others dismiss his work as mere kitsch – probably because Koons is not express anything, arguing that there is no hidden meaning in their work. Anyway, his art looks great on the front page of Google …
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