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Art Magazine Ads (Flashart, Art in America, Artforum, Arts), 1988-89

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Suite of four color lithographs

Edition of 50

Each work is signed, numbered, and dated on lower right recto.

About The Work

Since his famous Banality series of 1988, Jeff Koons has created recognizable, creatively re-imagined figures, such as animals, cartoon characters or pop stars, that sit on the borderline of kitsch and critique, plumbing the imagery of mass culture. In this suite of color lithographs, four Art Magazine Ads, from Flashart, Art in America, Artforum and Arts magazines, present Koons’ iconic visage in playfully bizarre scenes—evoking his flashy, Pop-inspired, larger-than-life style.

About Jeff Koons

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