Hans Werner Holzwarth

Koons

Taschen

2007

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Signed and numbered oversized hardcover collector's edition in red clamshell box.

  • Edited by Hans Werner Holzwarth (German).
  • Texts by Katy Siegel (American), Eckhard Schneider (German) and Ingrid Sischy (American).
  • Cologne: Taschen Verlag, 2007.
  • 606 pages.
  • Hardcover.
  • Illustrated in color throughout.
  • Number 1111 from an edition of 1500.


Since he stirred up the art world establishment in the 1980s with his unapologetic basketball sculptures and stainless-steel toy blow-ups, Jeff Koons has been known as somewhat of a bad boy. His exploitation of the banal, in the aggrandizement and/or embodiment of kitsch and pop imagery, has become Koons' trademark.


This exhaustive monograph is arranged in chronological chapters by work groups. The main body of the book features Katy Siegel’s detailed analyses alongside hundreds of large-format images, tracing Koons’ career from 1979 to today. This publication is not only a sumptuous book-object, but also the most comprehensive study of the artist’s work ever published.

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Minor marks to clamshell case and scuffing to the interior of case.

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Dimensions
Height: 17.7 inches / 44.96 cm
Width: 13.4 inches / 34.04 cm
Depth: 2.6 inches / 6.6 cm
Feature(s)
Signed
Language
English
Subject
Art, Popular culture
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