Jeff Koons is for sure one the most relevant artist of the latest 40 years. Who doesn’t know his famour works like Balloon dog and all the other inflatable toys? He created hundreds of works in these years, you can see some of them during some exhibitions in the coming months. Would you like to know where and when?


NEW YORK, NY - MAY 09: A general view of an instillation by Jeff Koons at the Jeff Koons x Google launch on May 09, 2016 in New York, New York. (Photo by Ben Gabbe/Getty Images)

His next exhibitions

Until april 8th, at Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam, you can visit, inside Masterpieces exhibition, l’opera Gazing Ball (Perugino Madonna and Child with Four Saints). Starting tomorrow and until april 8th, New York Gagosian Gallery di New York will present Easyfun-Ethereal,  seven large-scale paintings by Jeff Koons, which were first presented together at the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin in 2000.


There’s more to come: besides these two solo exhibitions, Jeff Koons is taking part to some group exhibitions, such as Brand New: Art and Commodity in the 1980s at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington (until may 13th), Plato Contemporary: Artists’ Visions at The Getty Villa in Los Angeles (from april 18th to septem ber 3rd) and MoMA at NGV at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne (from june 9th to october 7th).



Where to find his works

It’s not always easy to visit Jeff Koon’s artworks. Many of them are part of private collections, loaned to museums and art foundations for exhibitions. Others, instead, are so monumental that they’re exhibited only for a few weeks. If you’re going to Los Angeles soon, you shouldn’t miss the opportunity too see some of his most famous works, like  Tulips and Balloon dog, at The Broad museum. Our dearest Chiara went to see them a few weeks ago!


There is only a few of his artworks that you can whenever you want: the home of the enormous floral sculpture Puppy, for example, is the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao, while Coloring book is in Sacramento, placed in front of Sacramento Kings arena. Later this year Jeff Koons should locate a tuplis bouquet in Paris, in memory of terrorism victims.


Luckily, there will be more and more opportunities to see Jeff Koons artworks. If you wish to remeber some of his iconic works, you can’t miss our gallery!


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