my Jeff Koons dilemma does not seem to be solved at the Whitney Museum

The NYC Journal by Virag Gulyas

Some consider him the greatest contemporary God of our times, some simply deny his pure existence. I am yet to decide which group I fall into…

Me reflecting in Koons piece Me reflecting in Koons piece

It is not an easy task to write a review of the Whitney Museum’s closing exhibition featuring Jeff Koons’ Retrospective, knowing that all the mainstream media has done it from all angles already.

What I offer here though, is a down-to-earth, digestible version without being paid, without being a curator or being a professor of arts. I want to ‘review’ this controversial display from the ordinary museumgoer’s point of view.

Let’s start with the basics: Who is/was on display? Yes, it is not a shame if reading Jeff Koons‘ name you are not ready to respond with full confidence. After-all museums are not only for viewing what we already know, but to discover new names, new forms of arts, new…

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  1. Pingback: Is Jeff Koons an artist? (photo journal from the Whitney) | The grass is always greener…?!

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