Posted on 25 Aug By Visionarism
Considered to be one of the most significant artists to have emerged in the postwar era, Jeff Koons is back in the UK with the first major exhibition in London since 2009. Since the late 1970s, his diverse work has explored themes pertaining to taste, consumerism, mass culture, beauty, acceptance, and the role of the artist. Located in Newport Street Gallery, ‘Now’ features over thirty paintings, works on paper and sculptures dating from 1979 to 2014, drawn from Damien Hirst’s art collection. Amongst other art pieces, you will be able to see the monumental Balloon Monkey (blue) made of stainless steel.
The exhibition will be available to public until October 2016, but in the meantime, scroll down to get a preview of what you will be able to see inside the 37,000 square feet space in Vauxhall, South London.
Newport Street Gallery
Free entry for all exhibitions
Tuesday – Friday & Sunday
10am – 6pm
10am – 10pm
All images by @Visionarism.