Jeff Koons

Puppy Vase

Jeff Koon's source of inspiration lies somewhere between innocent cuteness and candy-coloured sexiness. The American all-rounder likes his role as art's enfant terrible, but there is more to his work than just shocking banality. Jeff Koons targets the cuddly and mucky corners of Western Pop-Society with impressive accuracy. His artistic stance has been a vague one for years, which makes it nearly impossible to pigeonhole him. Koons it far from being a trite cynic. He works with the phenomenons he finds and takes them one step further, this is what makes his works powerful. His "Puppy Vase" is a reference to the giant puppy sculptures, planted with flowers. Jeff Koons installed those sculptures in outdoor areas in the 1990s. The "Puppy Vase" is a vase shaped like a Highland White Terrier puppy. Here, Jeff Koons reached the peak of domesticity and cuteness – nothing is further away from the wild roots of the dog than this image.

Jeff Koons
Puppy Vase
approx. 44.4 x 44.4 x 26.7 cm (convert to inch)
object – porcelain, white glazed
3000 (What is this?)
Signed, dated and numbered to underside 'Jeff Koons '98 295/3000"
No. 295/3000, published by "Art of this Century"
approx. € 8.823,53excl. tax

€ 10.500,00* inc. tax


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