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"The job of the artist is to make a gesture and really show people what their potential is. It's not about the object, and it's not about the image; it's about the viewer. That's where the art happens."

American,  b. 1974

Biography of Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons, born in 1955, is an American artist known for his giant, reflective sculptures that blur the line between high and low art. Growing up, he was fascinated by popular culture, a theme that would permeate his work. After studying art in Chicago and Baltimore, Koons launched his career in the 1980s with controversial, inflatable recreations of everyday objects.

Koons's signature style emerged with his use of stainless steel to create balloon animal sculptures like his famous "Balloon Dog." These playful, oversized figures challenged traditional notions of art by referencing childhood toys. He often uses mass production techniques, blurring the lines between art and commerce.

Koons's work is highly polarizing. Some admire its humor and accessibility, while others criticize it as kitsch and lacking depth. Regardless, Koons's record-breaking auction sales have cemented his place as a major figure in contemporary art.

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