Acrobat

polychromed aluminum, galvanized steel, wood, and straw 
90 1/8 x 58 1/4 x 25 1/2 inches 
228.9 x 148 x 64.8 cm 
© Jeff Koons
Edition of 3 plus AP
2003-2009


Acrobat

Details

Acrobat

polychromed aluminum, galvanized steel, wood, and straw 
90 1/8 x 58 1/4 x 25 1/2 inches 
228.9 x 148 x 64.8 cm 
© Jeff Koons
Edition of 3 plus AP
2003-2009

Acrobat

polychromed aluminum, galvanized steel, wood, straw 
90 1/8 x 58 1/4 x 25 1/2 inches 
228.9 x 148 x 64.8 cm 
© Jeff Koons
Edition of 3 plus AP 
2003-2009

EXHIBITED: 

Jeff Koons: Now. Newport Street Gallery, London, England [May 18 - October 16, 2016]

Jeff Koons: Popeye Sculpture. Galerie de Noirmont, Paris, France [September 16 - November 20, 2010]

Jeff Koons: Popeye Series. Serpentine Gallery, London, England [July 2 – September 13, 2009]

LITERATURE: 

Laurence Mouillefarine, "À Porquerolles, la Fondation Carmignac fait de la mer sa thématique estivale," AD Magazine, July 13, 2021, online (color ill., Fondation Carmignac installation, Photo by Marc Domage).

Fang Block, "Two Sculptures by Jeff Koons Will Lead Christie’s Online Selling Exhibition," Barron's, June 28, 2021, online (color ill.).

Harriet Lloyd-Smith, "Underwater art exhibition on Porquerolles island is submerged in intrigue," Wallpaper (London, UK), June 10, 2021, online (color ill., Fondation Carmignac installation, Photo by Marc Domage).

P.P., "Koons, Matisse, Dora Maar, Klein… Les œuvres "cultes" qu'il faut voir à la Villa Carmignac à Porquerolles," Nice-Matin (France), May 25, 2021, online Fondation Carmignac installation).

Claude Lorin, "Programme culturel -Quatrième saison de la Villa Carmignac, La Mer Imaginaire," Journal Zibeline (France), April 17, 2021, online (color ill.).

The Imaginary Sea, exh. cat. (Paris: Fondation Carmignac, 2021), p. 38 (color ill. pp. 38-39).

Farah Nayeri, "Damien Hirst to Open a Jeff Koons Show at His London Museum," The New York Times, May 16, 2016, online.

Louisa Buck, "Jeff Koons: Now at Newport Street Gallery preview," The Telegraph (UK), May 13, 2016, online (color ill.).

Michael Archer and Hugh Allen, Jeff Koons: Now, exh. cat. (London: Other Criteria, 2016), p. 5, p. 7, p. 66 (color ill. p. 67), p. 83 (color ill. p. 83).

Michael Archer and Hugh Allen, Jeff Koons: Now, with installation images, exh. cat. (London: Other Criteria, 2016), p. 5, p. 7, p. 66 (color ill. p. 67), (color ill. pp. 90-91, Newport Street Gallery installation), p. 103 (color ill. p. 103).

Hans Werner Holzwarth, Koons (Slovakia: Taschen, 2015), (color ill. p. 7).

Jae-Su Kim, "A Magician of Creation and Destruction," (Text in Japanese) Art in Asia (Japan), August 2014.

Jeff Koons and Norman Rosenthal, Jeff Koons: Conversations with Norman Rosenthal (London: Thames & Hudson, 2014), (color ill. p. 120).

Jeff Koons and Norman Rosenthal, Jeff Koons: Entretiens avec Norman Rosenthal (London: Thames & Hudson, 2014), (color ill. p. 120).

Sim Eunlog, "Jeff Koons Desire of Love," (Text in Korean) Joong-ang (Korea) August 2011, (color ill., Galerie Jerome de Noirmont installation).

George Pendle, "Jeff Koons Welcome to the Funhouse," The Graffiti Magazine, Summer 2011, (color ill. p. 23).

Jorg Reckhenrich, Martin Kupp and Jamie Anderson, "Made in Heaven - produced on Earth: Creative Leadership as Art of Projection," Journal of Business Strategy 32, no. 4 (2011), p. 22.

Isabelle de Wavrin, "La Biennale electrise la capitale," (Text in French) Beaux Arts (September 2010), (color ill. cover), (color ill., table of contents, Royal Academy installation).

"Jeff Koons the Top Selling Artist," (Text in Mandarin) Harper’s Bazaar Magazine (China), February 2010, (color ill. p. 156).

Anna Sansom and Lynn Lee, "Jeff Koons," (Text in Mandarin) Modern China Weekly (China), 2010, (color ill. p. c109).

Hans Ulrich Obrist, Jeff Koons - Popeye Sculpture, exh. cat. (Paris: Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, 2010), (color ill. p. 19), p. 30.

"news: Jeff Koons - 'Popeye Sculpture' Solo Exhibition @ Galerie Jerome de Noirmont,” (Text in French) SJ (France) (2010), (color ill., Galerie Jerome de Noirmont installation).

Julia Peyton Jones and Hans Ulrich Obtrist (foreword and conversation), Frederic Tuten, Arthur C. Danto, and Dorothea von Hantelmann, Jeff Koons: Popeye Series, eds. Kathryn Rattee and Melissa Larner, exh. cat. (London: Serpentine Gallery and Koenig Books, 2009), (color ill. p. 55), p. 77.

Ute Thon, "Spieglien, Spieglien an der Wand," Art Kunstmagazin 1 (Germany) (October 2008), (color ill. p. 41, work in progress at studio, partial view).

Laura Lazzaroni, "Jeff Koons", L'Uomo Vogue, no. 381 (May/June 2007), (color ill., work in progress at studio).