The Jeff Koons Show

One of the modern art world's most polarising figures, Jeff Koons is an artistic anomaly: a shrewd businessman, he is remarkably dismissive about the presence of meaning in his kitsch neo-pop works. Featuring interviews with Koons himself, curators, gallerists and peers such as Julian Schnabel and Chuck Close, 'The Jeff Koons Show' attempts to discover the man, the motivation and the method behind the sensationalist headlines.

Year: 2004
Genre: Art On Film
Country: USA
Director: Alison Chernick
Duration: 52 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains sexual references.
Location in store: Documentary (Art on Film)



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