What is Jeff Koons seated ballerina made of?

What is Jeff Koons seated ballerina made of?

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When did Jeff Koons make seated ballerina?

(New York, NY) Kiehl’s Since 1851 and Art Production Fund are pleased to present Jeff Koons’s Seated Ballerina, a large-scale public art installation, hosted by Tishman Speyer at Rockefeller Center from May 12 – July 17, 2017.

Where is the seated ballerina?

Rockefeller Center (2017–2017)
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And now, his springtime ascendancy continues with Seated Ballerina, a large-scale public art installation, hosted by Tishman Speyer, at Rockefeller Center through the beginning of June.

What do Jeff Koons sculptures mean?

Koons has always vehemently maintained that there are no hidden meanings in his work. Despite this, in an interview, Koons once described his balloon dog sculptures as a ‘symbol of us’. He claimed that the way the balloon dog references the act of inhaling and exhaling is deeply symbolic of the human condition.

What material does Jeff Koons use?

stainless steel
Jeff Koons uses various artistic techniques: installation, photography, painting and sculpture in all materials (wood, marble, glass, stainless steel) right up to computer-assisted creation his favourite technique for paintings, which are then shaped onto canvas by his assistants.

How much is a Jeff Koons balloon dog worth?

In 2013, his 10-foot-tall Balloon Dog (Orange) (1994–2000) was purchased for $58.4 million at Christie’s, setting a new record for the most expensive work ever sold at auction by a living artist.

How much does a Jeff Koons cost?

A bunny sculpture by Jeff Koons just sold for $91.1 million — another sign that the art world is untethered from reality. When an artwork fetches a record price at auction, the first question everyone silently asks is: “Could it really be worth that?”

Who sold a balloon dog for $58.4 million?

Jeff Koons
In 2013, Jeff Koons’ “Balloon Dog (Orange)” – a 12-foot-high, orange-tinted, stainless steel sculpture resembling a dog made from balloons – was sold at Christie’s for $58.4 million (£36.49 million).

How much did Jeff Koons bunny sell for?

Jeff Koons’ ‘Rabbit’ Sells For $91 Million, A New Record For A Living Artist Robert Mnuchin, an art dealer and the father of the U.S. Treasury secretary, bought the sculpture for a client. Some art collectors consider the silver bunny to be “the holy grail of Koons works.”

Where is balloon dog now?

Insurance and homebuilding billionaire Eli Broad, well-known for his arts philanthropy, owns “Balloon Dog (Blue),” currently on display at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.