Run Time: 80 Minutes
This film is not just a documentary but an amazing journey inside the mind of the most controversial artist of our time.
Jeff Koons is regarded as one of the most influential and disputed artists of the last 30 years. This film will show the hidden mechanisms behind the person, the artist and the Koons brand. It’s an intimate exploration of Jeff Koon’s consciousness to discover what motivates and shapes his incomparable vision. With exclusive access to the Koons family home in York, Pennsylvania, the documentary investigates Koons’ roots and everyday life, follows him to New York City to his vast studio where tens of painters, sculptors and graphic designers are based, and then on to Qatar and Europe, to the Greek island of Hydra during his 2021 five exhibitions tour.
Among the other works, the documentary features Play Doh, Puppy, Balloon dog, Banality, Michael Jackson and Bubbles, Tulips, Lobster, Pink Panther, Bracelet, Cracked Egg, New Hoover Convertible, and more.
Ticket & Visitor Information
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