Loons for Koons

Jeff Koons is currently the big name in art, as his pieces are showcased at the Whitney Museum of the Upper East Side. The showcases include everything from giant balloon dogs to a statute of the Cabbage Patch Kid even to erotic pictures of the artist. Some may even argue if this is art at all, which you can be the judge of after taking a look at the pictures. All we know is that NYC has gone loons for Koons!

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Jeff Koons Whitney Museum

Though I have not earlier shown any discretion towards posting naked people on this blog before, the pictures from the exhibit are too revealing, even for me. There are most likely several ways to get your hands on the erotic pictures on the internet if you would feel the need. In other news, Jeff Koons art may for some be a collection of virginal home appliances or cheap material, yet for others represent an appreciation of products that some take for granted. The inflatable flowers represent life, and how by time, we lose the firmness and air we are filled with. He did indeed have some monetary issues, but his work is still, truly – a piece of art.

 


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