A 1986 "Rabbit" sculpture by American pop artist Jeff Koons sold for $91.1 million in New York on Wednesday, a record price for a work by a living artist, Christie's auction house said. A playful rabbit sculpture by Jeff Koons has become the most expensive work by a living artist ever to sell at auction. The American artist's "Rabbit," a stainless steel figure measuring just over. Last week, Jeff Koons set the record for the world’s most expensive art work by a living artist—again—when his three-and-a-half-foot-high, stainless-steel “Rabbit” sold for ninety-one. A stainless steel sculpture of a rabbit by the artist Jeff Koons– identical to one in Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum – has set an auction record, fetching just under £71m. The sale of Koons’s.
28.05.2019 · Jeff Koons Stainless Steel 'Rabbit’ Sells for $91 Million Contemporary Art Fashion Slub Pop Kitsch. Loading. Unsubscribe from Contemporary Art Fashion Slub Pop Kitsch. This week, a 3-ft shiny stainless steel version of a typical inflatable bunny by Jeff Koons — obviously titled Rabbit — fetched just over $91 million at an auction in New York, a new record for a work by a living artist. This sale helped him regain this distinction. 16.05.2019 · A stainless steel rabbit scultpure is being sold for $91.1 million. Frank and Devo talk more about the artist, Jeff Koons. 01.05.2019 · Jeff Koons' sculpture "Rabbit" is expected to bring $50-70 million later this month. How can it be so valuable, who would buy it, and for how much?
But perhaps the most important work in the show was a three-foot-high stainless steel bunny—a work that’s key to understanding not just Koons, but the transformative power of the art object in our modern world. “The rabbit, I would say, is one of the most famous works of Jeff Koons’s career. Jeff Koons's Rabbit was conceptualized in 1986, inclusive of his Statuary Collection, when he first had the idea of grabbing this inflatable, commercialized toy off a store shelf. The stainless steel assemblage includes the bunny which is materialized through an industrial casting process followed by an extremely thorough polishing job to finish. The Rabbit and it's progression into the art. Koons’ ‘Rabbit’ sculpture. Back to the issue at hand: the $91 million USD steel rabbit sold at the contemporary auction at Christie’s in New York yesterday. Purchased by art dealer Robert Mnuchin, it broke the record for the highest price paid for a piece made by a living artist. Mnuchin is a former banker and current gallery owner, who.
A work by Jeff Koons once again achieved the highest auction price for a living artist when his stainless steel Rabbit, 1986, sold for $91.1 million, with fees, before a packed audience at. A sculpture of a silver rabbit by artist Jeff Koons sold at Christie’s auction house in Manhattan Wednesday for $91.1 million, setting the record for the highest amount fetched for a piece of. 16.05.2019 · Rabbit by Jeff Koons was sold for more than $91 million at Christie's in New York on Wednesday night. It set a record for the most expensive work by a living artist to be sold at auction.
Jeff Koons Rabbit, 1986. Sculpture. Stainless steel. 41 x 19 x 12 in. Collection of the Broad, Acquired 04/03/1995. In 1979 Jeff Koons made Inflatable Flower and Bunny Tall White, Pink Bunny, the seed for so much of his future work. This sculpture, also in The Broad’s collection, features two vinyl inflatable toys — a flower and a pink bunny — that sit on top and in front of four. A sculpture by US pop artist Jeff Koons has sold for $91.1m £71m, breaking the record price for a work by a living artist. Christie's in New York sold Rabbit, a 41in 104cm steel cast of an. Jeff Koons’s metallic sculpture of a balloon-animal, “Rabbit,” sold for $91 million at Christie’s on Wednesday—setting a record for a living artist at auction. The 1986 stainless steel. A stainless steel sculpture of a rabbit by Jeff Koons has set an auction record in New York, fetching over $91 million US. The sale of Koons' 1986 Rabbit at Christie's Wednesday was the most.
Smart News Keeping you current Jeff Koons’ ‘Rabbit’ Breaks the Auction Record for Most Expensive Work by Living Artist The stainless steel sculpture sold for $91.1 million, surpassing the. 16.05.2019 · A stainless steel rabbit by artist Jeff Koons fetched $91 million at Christie’s, establishing an auction record for a living artist. The winning bid came from art dealer Bob Mnuchin, U.S.
Jeff Koons - Balloon Editions II - 2019. We are delighted that we are able to offer you the Jeff Koons' limited edition balloon sculptures in new color ways: Jeff Koons - Balloon Rabbit Violet, Balloon Swan Magenta and Balloon Monkey Orange. Jeff Koons' "Rabbit," the Brain, and Postmodern Art With postmodern art, your thought is the medium. Posted Jun 25, 2010. T he 1986 "Rabbit" sculpture by American pop artist Jeff Koons sold for $91.1 million £71m in New York on Wednesday, a record price for a work by a living artist, Christie's auction house said. Learn about The Broad Collection artist Jeff Koons. Jeff Koons emerged in the 1980s as an innovative sculptor of exquisitely crafted objects, which quickly became icons of art history, the primary example of which is Rabbit, 1986. Cast in highly polished stainless steel. A three-foot stainless-steel rabbit holding a carrot reportedly sold at a record $91.07 million at Christie’s Auction House in New York on Wednesday. The work was bought by art dealer Robert.
Koons' stainless steel Rabbit is one of a series of three, and unlike the other two hasn't been seen on public display for more than three decades. Before its recent sale, it was part of the. Jeff Koons plays with ideas of taste, pleasure, celebrity, and commerce. “I believe in advertisement and media completely,” he says. “My art and my personal life are based in it.” Working with seductive commercial materials such as the high chromium stainless steel of his “. Jeff Koons’ “Rabbit” sculpture broke the auction sales record for work by a living artist on Wednesday, selling at Christie’s in New York for $91,075,000.
Yes, The Jeff Koons ‘Rabbit’ Is Worth $91 Million It's easy to mock Jeff Koons's inflatable bunny selling for $91 million at auction this week. But it really is that good.
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