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Jeff Koons, Francesco Bonami

Published by DAVID ZWIRNER, United States (2014)

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About this Item: DAVID ZWIRNER, United States, 2014. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Hailed by Peter Schjeldahl in The New Yorker as the most original, controversial, and expensive American artist of the past three and a half decades, Jeff Koons has come to reign as a master of the market, a wry puppeteer with a formidable aesthetic intelligence. His elaborate, exquisitely produced sculptures draw from a contemporary lexicon of consumerism - often featuring large-scale reproductions of toys, household items, or luxury goods - while simultaneously holding up a mirror to the very culture from which they are extracted. These references to popular media are evidenced not merely in his choice of subject matter but also in his visual techniques: his sculptures frequently comprise smooth, mirrored surfaces, and his paintings employ bright and saturated colors. Jeff Koons: Gazing Ball - the first catalogue on the artist s work to be published by David Zwirner - was produced on the occasion of the major 2013 exhibition at the gallery in New York, which marked the world debut of his Gazing Ball series, a brand new body of work that occupies an important place in the trajectory of his practice. Conceptually derived from the mirrored ornaments encountered on many suburban lawns, including those of Koons childhood hometown in rural Pennsylvania, every sculpture is anchored by a blue gazing ball of hand-blown glass. These are situated atop large, white-plaster sculptures that have been alternately modeled after iconic works from the Greco-Roman era, including the Farnese Hercules and the Esquiline Venus, or after such quotidian objects from the contemporary residential landscape as a rustic mailbox, a birdbath, and an inflatable garden snowman. Created in close collaboration with Koons, this elegant publication echoes the classic design of a 1970 Picasso catalogue that the artist admires. Inside, vivid color plates of the sculptures in situ capture the stark contrast between the pristine whiteness of the plaster and the highly reflective spheres. In their perfect contours and smooth, glistening surfaces, the gazing balls implicate audience as well as context - mirroring both and offering playful yet powerful meditations on the dialogue between gaze and reflection. While all of the sculptures are grounded in their own distinct narratives, derived from Art History and suburban towns, writes Francesco Bonami in his catalogue essay, the seemingly fragile and delicate gazing ball establishes that sense of uncertain equilibrium that exists between history and fantasy, magic and materiality, mass culture and exclusive beauty. Seller Inventory # AA29780989980913

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Jeff Koons, Francesco Bonami

Published by DAVID ZWIRNER, United States (2014)

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About this Item: DAVID ZWIRNER, United States, 2014. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Hailed by Peter Schjeldahl in The New Yorker as the most original, controversial, and expensive American artist of the past three and a half decades, Jeff Koons has come to reign as a master of the market, a wry puppeteer with a formidable aesthetic intelligence. His elaborate, exquisitely produced sculptures draw from a contemporary lexicon of consumerism - often featuring large-scale reproductions of toys, household items, or luxury goods - while simultaneously holding up a mirror to the very culture from which they are extracted. These references to popular media are evidenced not merely in his choice of subject matter but also in his visual techniques: his sculptures frequently comprise smooth, mirrored surfaces, and his paintings employ bright and saturated colors. Jeff Koons: Gazing Ball - the first catalogue on the artist s work to be published by David Zwirner - was produced on the occasion of the major 2013 exhibition at the gallery in New York, which marked the world debut of his Gazing Ball series, a brand new body of work that occupies an important place in the trajectory of his practice. Conceptually derived from the mirrored ornaments encountered on many suburban lawns, including those of Koons childhood hometown in rural Pennsylvania, every sculpture is anchored by a blue gazing ball of hand-blown glass. These are situated atop large, white-plaster sculptures that have been alternately modeled after iconic works from the Greco-Roman era, including the Farnese Hercules and the Esquiline Venus, or after such quotidian objects from the contemporary residential landscape as a rustic mailbox, a birdbath, and an inflatable garden snowman. Created in close collaboration with Koons, this elegant publication echoes the classic design of a 1970 Picasso catalogue that the artist admires. Inside, vivid color plates of the sculptures in situ capture the stark contrast between the pristine whiteness of the plaster and the highly reflective spheres. In their perfect contours and smooth, glistening surfaces, the gazing balls implicate audience as well as context - mirroring both and offering playful yet powerful meditations on the dialogue between gaze and reflection. While all of the sculptures are grounded in their own distinct narratives, derived from Art History and suburban towns, writes Francesco Bonami in his catalogue essay, the seemingly fragile and delicate gazing ball establishes that sense of uncertain equilibrium that exists between history and fantasy, magic and materiality, mass culture and exclusive beauty. Seller Inventory # AA29780989980913

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Jeff Koons, Francesco Bonami

Published by David Zwirner 2014-04-30, New York, New York (2014)

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About this Item: David Zwirner 2014-04-30, New York, New York, 2014. hardback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # 9780989980913

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Jeff Koons,Francesco Bonami

Published by David Zwirner 2014-04-30 (2014)

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About this Item: David Zwirner 2014-04-30, 2014. Condition: New. Brand new book, sourced directly from publisher. Dispatch time is 24-48 hours from our warehouse. Book will be sent in robust, secure packaging to ensure it reaches you securely. Seller Inventory # NU-GRD-05716787

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Jeff Koons; Francesco Bonami

Published by David Zwirner (2014)

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About this Item: David Zwirner, 2014. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # GH9780989980913

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KOONS, Jeff]. Bonami, Francesco.

Published by Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art (2008). (2008)

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About this Item: Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art (2008)., 2008. First edition.. 135 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Fully color-illustrated. Seller Inventory # 43922

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Jeff Koons, Francesco Bonami

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About this Item: Hardback. Condition: New. Not Signed; Hailed by Peter Schjeldahl in The New Yorker as the most original, controversial, and expensive American artist of the past three and a half decades, Jeff Koons has come to reign as a master of the market, a wry puppeteer with a formidable aesthetic intelligence. His elaborate, exquisitely produ. book. Seller Inventory # ria9780989980913_rkm

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BONAMI, Francesco - Jeff Koons

Published by Museum of Contemporary Art in association with Yale University Press, Chicago, IL and New Haven, CT (2008)

ISBN 10: 0300141947 ISBN 13: 9780300141948

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About this Item: Museum of Contemporary Art in association with Yale University Press, Chicago, IL and New Haven, CT, 2008. First edition. Hardcover. Monograph published on the occasion of a major retrospective show that ran May 31 through September 21, 2008 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Foreword by Madelein Grynsztejn. Introduction and essay by Francesco Bonami. Conversation between Lynne Warren and Jeff Koons. Includes numerous color illustrations. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Seller Inventory # 119503

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Jeff Koons, Francesco Bonami

Published by DAVID ZWIRNER, United States (2014)

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About this Item: DAVID ZWIRNER, United States, 2014. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Hailed by Peter Schjeldahl in The New Yorker as the most original, controversial, and expensive American artist of the past three and a half decades, Jeff Koons has come to reign as a master of the market, a wry puppeteer with a formidable aesthetic intelligence. His elaborate, exquisitely produced sculptures draw from a contemporary lexicon of consumerism - often featuring large-scale reproductions of toys, household items, or luxury goods - while simultaneously holding up a mirror to the very culture from which they are extracted. These references to popular media are evidenced not merely in his choice of subject matter but also in his visual techniques: his sculptures frequently comprise smooth, mirrored surfaces, and his paintings employ bright and saturated colors. Jeff Koons: Gazing Ball - the first catalogue on the artist s work to be published by David Zwirner - was produced on the occasion of the major 2013 exhibition at the gallery in New York, which marked the world debut of his Gazing Ball series, a brand new body of work that occupies an important place in the trajectory of his practice. Conceptually derived from the mirrored ornaments encountered on many suburban lawns, including those of Koons childhood hometown in rural Pennsylvania, every sculpture is anchored by a blue gazing ball of hand-blown glass. These are situated atop large, white-plaster sculptures that have been alternately modeled after iconic works from the Greco-Roman era, including the Farnese Hercules and the Esquiline Venus, or after such quotidian objects from the contemporary residential landscape as a rustic mailbox, a birdbath, and an inflatable garden snowman. Created in close collaboration with Koons, this elegant publication echoes the classic design of a 1970 Picasso catalogue that the artist admires. Inside, vivid color plates of the sculptures in situ capture the stark contrast between the pristine whiteness of the plaster and the highly reflective spheres. In their perfect contours and smooth, glistening surfaces, the gazing balls implicate audience as well as context - mirroring both and offering playful yet powerful meditations on the dialogue between gaze and reflection. While all of the sculptures are grounded in their own distinct narratives, derived from Art History and suburban towns, writes Francesco Bonami in his catalogue essay, the seemingly fragile and delicate gazing ball establishes that sense of uncertain equilibrium that exists between history and fantasy, magic and materiality, mass culture and exclusive beauty. Seller Inventory # BTE9780989980913

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Koons, Jeff - Bonami, Francesco (Hrsg.).

Published by Chicago / New Haven and London Museum fo Contemporary Art Chicago / Yale University Press 2008 (2008)

ISBN 10: 0300141947 ISBN 13: 9780300141948

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About this Item: Chicago / New Haven and London Museum fo Contemporary Art Chicago / Yale University Press 2008, 2008. gr.-8°, 132 S. 2 Bll. mit vielen, farbigen Abbildungen, silberfarbener Orig.-Pappband mit Orig.-Umschlag. Erste Ausgabe.- Katalogbuch erschienen zur Ausstellung May 31 - September 21 2008 in Chicago.- Gutes Exemplar. Seller Inventory # 79293

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Francesco Bonami, Jeff Koons,

Published by David Zwirner April 2014 (2014)

ISBN 10: 098998091X ISBN 13: 9780989980913

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About this Item: David Zwirner April 2014, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. This volume documents Jeff Koons' (born 1955) major 2013 exhibition at David Zwirner, in which he debuted his 'Gazing Ball' series. The title originates from the mirrored ornaments frequently found on lawns in residential neighborhoods, including around Koons' childhood home in Pennsylvania. In these works, blue gazing balls, hand blown from glass, have been placed on white plaster sculptures depicting signature examples of antique statues from the Greco-Roman era, including the Farnese Hercules and the Esquiline Venus, along with everyday utilitarian objects encountered in today's suburban landscape, such as rustic mailboxes, a birdbath and an inflatable snowman typically seen outside during Christmas. As Francesco Bonami notes in his catalogue essay, 'while all of the sculptures are grounded in their own distinct narratives, derived from art history and suburban towns, the seemingly fragile and delicate gazing ball establishes that sense of uncertain equilibrium that exists between history and fantasy, magic and materiality, mass culture and exclusive beauty.' Created in close collaboration with Koons, this elegant publication, which echoes the classic design of a 1970 Picasso catalogue admired by the artist, is the first to survey these works. Exquisitely produced color plates capture the stark contrast between the pristine whiteness of the plaster sculptures and the highly reflective spheres. Seller Inventory # 163811

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Francesco Bonami, Jeff Koons,

Published by David Zwirner April 2014 (2014)

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About this Item: David Zwirner April 2014, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. This volume documents Jeff Koons' (born 1955) major 2013 exhibition at David Zwirner, in which he debuted his 'Gazing Ball' series. The title originates from the mirrored ornaments frequently found on lawns in residential neighborhoods, including around Koons' childhood home in Pennsylvania. In these works, blue gazing balls, hand blown from glass, have been placed on white plaster sculptures depicting signature examples of antique statues from the Greco-Roman era, including the Farnese Hercules and the Esquiline Venus, along with everyday utilitarian objects encountered in today's suburban landscape, such as rustic mailboxes, a birdbath and an inflatable snowman typically seen outside during Christmas. As Francesco Bonami notes in his catalogue essay, 'while all of the sculptures are grounded in their own distinct narratives, derived from art history and suburban towns, the seemingly fragile and delicate gazing ball establishes that sense of uncertain equilibrium that exists between history and fantasy, magic and materiality, mass culture and exclusive beauty.' Created in close collaboration with Koons, this elegant publication, which echoes the classic design of a 1970 Picasso catalogue admired by the artist, is the first to survey these works. Exquisitely produced color plates capture the stark contrast between the pristine whiteness of the plaster sculptures and the highly reflective spheres. Seller Inventory # 163912

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Koons, Jeff - Bonami, Francesco

Published by Electa, Milan, Italy (2006)

ISBN 10: 8837043627 ISBN 13: 9788837043629

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About this Item: Electa, Milan, Italy, 2006. Soft Cover. Condition: As New. First Edition. Text: English. 108 p.; ill.; 17,5 x 2& cm; 310 g. Fine copy. Seller Inventory # 006009

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Bonami, Francesco; Jeff Koons

Published by David Zwirner (2014)

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About this Item: David Zwirner, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. David Zwirner, N.Y. 2014. Hardcover. First Edition. Book condition: fine. Published without dust jacket. New fine copy signed by Jeff Koons following a lecture at the New School. (Ships to the United States only). Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # wi855jk

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