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Jeff Koons
生於1955年
JIM BEAM - LOG CAR
stainless steel and bourbon
7 3/4 by 14 1/4 by 6 1/2 in. 19.7 by 36.2 by 16.5 cm.
Executed in 1986, this work is number 2 from an edition of 3, plus 1 artist's proof. 
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來源

Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Los Angeles
Private Collection, New York
Collection of Jan-Eric Lowenadler, Stockholm
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris
Richard Green Gallery, London
Private Collection, New York (acquired in 1989)
Haunch of Venison, New York
Private Collection (acquired from the above in 2010)
Christie's, London, 7 March 2017, Lot 45
Acquired from the above sale by the present owner

展覽

Paris, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Carte Blanche: Les Courtiers du Désir, April - May 1987, pp. 32 and 36, illustrated in color (another example exhibited)
Kunstverein Munchen, New York in View, February - April 1988, p. 31, illustrated (another example exhibited)
London, Anthony d'Offay Gallery, Jeff Koons: A Survey 1981-1994, June - July 1994 (another example exhibited)
New York, Craig F. Starr Gallery, Jeff Koons-Jim Beam - J.B. Turner Engine and Six Individual Cars, February - March 2015, illustrated in color (another example exhibited)

出版

Giancarlo Politi, “Interview,” Flash Art, February/March 1987, p. 75, illustrated in color
Dan Cameron, “Art and its Double,” Flash Art, May 1987, p. 59
Jeff Koons and Robert Rosenblum, The Jeff Koons Handbook, London 1992, p. 157 (text)
Angelika Muthesius, Jeff Koons, Cologne 1992, pp. 73 and 166, no. 6, illustrated in color
France Huser, "Jeff Koons: L'Irrévérencieux," L'Officiel, November 1997, p. 157, illustrated in color
Hans Werner Holzwarth, Ed., Jeff Koons, Cologne 2009, pp. 197 and 585, illustrated in color
Hans Werner Holzwarth, Koons, Slovakia 2015, p. 35, illustrated in color
Ken Johnson, “Jeff Koons: Jim Beam - J. B. Turner Engine and Six Individual Cars," The New York Times, 5 March 2015, p. C25

相關資料

"I cast the objects in stainless steel, the only thing that really preserves alcohol, took them to Jim Beam, they cleaned them, filled them up with bourbon, and then they put the tax stamp seal on...That seal is really the interface to the soul of the work. You could open it and drink the bourbon, but you would end up ruining the work. It would be destroyed, because the soul of the piece is really the bourbon." 

Jeff Koons

當代藝術日拍

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