The new “Jeff Koons Lens” allows Snapchat users to find augmented reality versions of Koons’s shiny sculptures in parks around the world.
Acute Art aspires “to explore and enable the transition from art in the physical world into the new, disruptive realm of VR,” something artists have been doing for years.
The artist’s 45-foot-tall inflatable sculpture at Rockefeller Center aggrandizes an outmoded model of femininity.
Blurred Lines: Inside the Art World, showing at the Tribeca Film Festival, is a successful crash course in the forces shaping the art market that fails to go deeper.
A French court ruled that a Koons sculpture infringes on the copyright of a black-and-white photograph by the late artist Jean-François Bauret.
“Bouquet of Tulips” is intended as a gesture of Franco-American solidarity following last year’s terrorist attacks in the French capital.
Hillary Clinton appears to be artists’ favorite in the 2016 US presidential election, while her opponent Donald Trump has not been endorsed by a single well-known artist.
On this week’s art crime blotter: a cycling-themed cow statue goes missing, one art dealer sues another over a Jeff Koons sculpture, and a former guard takes the Metropolitan Museum to court.
Why doesn’t the Whitney Museum of American Art inaugurate a series of exhibitions in honor of Herman Melville? It would certainly be fitting given the museum’s recent change of address.
Earlier this week, the Musei Capitolini in Rome found itself at the center of a controversy as news spread worldwide of the censorship of some of its famous nude statues in anticipation of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to the institution.
CHICAGO — The Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago, which opened in 2009, has reinstated its contemporary collection after giving over most of the space in 2015 to a much-lauded retrospective of the American sculptor Charles Ray.
On this week’s art crime blotter: a photographer sued Jeff Koons over a painting from 1986, an art thief tagged the artist in an Instagram post of his loot, and Nicolas Cage agreed to return a stolen dinosaur skull.