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Jeff Koons Will Donate
Bouquet of Tulips
Sculpture to the People of Paris
In commemoration of 2015’s terrorist attacks there.
Taking in Jeff Koons, Creator and Destroyer of Worlds
A mad perfectionist’s retrospective at the Whitney.
Jeff Koons Sues Others for Manufacturing Balloon Dogs
He contends someone making bookends of balloon dogs, is knocking off ‘Balloon Dog.’
See a Slideshow of Jeff Koons’s Gay Animals
It accompanies the article “Can Animals Be Gay?”
Controversial New Museum Opening Dazzles
All is forgiven — apparently.
How Deitch’s MOCA Gig Changes the Art World
Who’s up, and who’s down.
Saltz: Money, Insularity, and a Huge Controversy for the New Museum
I sorely want to defend the New Museum. Unfortunately, the institution may have outsmarted itself.
Robert De Niro, Ron Wood, Damien Hirst, and More Make the Best of Alcohol-Free Museum of Islamic Art Opening
The opening of I.M. Pei’s Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar, certainly seemed to carry the newfound sense that the Bush-era ‘Clash of Civilizations’ might be coming to an end.
Brice Marden: Forget About Public Art; Jeff Koons: Just Fix the Potholes!
He hates those daisies on the taxis too!