Exclusive Jeff Koons Art Edition Book with Signed Print 41/100
Here we have a limited edition Jeff Koons art edition book with art print, both signed and numbered by Koons, which will be presented by the legendary art magnate Charles Saatchi, at the Saatchi Art Gallery in London.
Jeffrey "Jeff" Koons is an American artist known for working with popular culture subjects and his reproductions of banal objects—such as balloon animals produced in stainless steel with mirror-finish surfaces.
- Book is signed by Jeff Koons
- Also signed by Charles Saatchi
- Hand-presented by Charles Saatchi
- Comes in its original presentation box
- Art print is also signed by Jeff Koons in a professional mount and frame
- Sold out by Taschen, only 100 copies ever made
- Pristine, mint, new condition
- Never used or displayed
- Has been in secure storage since printed
This art edition is limited to 100 numbered copies, each signed by Jeff Koons and including a drawing specifically produced by Koons for this edition, printed with silver foil on 32 x 42 cm (12.6 x 16.9 in) Rives paper from Arche.
The drawing depicts a waterfall, a motif that forms the background behind the layers of pop-inflected imagery in several paintings of Koons’s current "Hulk Elvis" series. Each print is numbered and signed by Jeff Koons.
- Hardcover volume in clamshell box, 13 x 17.3 inches
- 606 pages
- Official RRP £15k
- Edition 41/100
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