Jeff Koons: The Retrospective – Artist or Marketeer?

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Jeff Koons: The Retrospective

Jeff Koons: The Retrospective – Artist or Marketeer? My first memory of Jeff Koons is from the late 1980s when his “Made in Heaven” exhibition – mainly containing sexually explicit photographs and sculptures featuring himself and the Hungarian-Italian porn-star, later wife of Koons’s, Cicciolina (a.k.a Ilona Staller) – reached the news. … Read More

The Year’s Best Exhibitions in Paris

Pal UjvarosiExhibitions, France, Paris3 Comments

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The Best Exhibitions in Paris in 2015   Paris is a difficult city to visit. Yes, you’ve read it correctly, we did say difficult… Sure, not in the typical difficult-difficult kind of way, otherwise it would be hard to reach the status as the most visited city in the world. In fact, … Read More

Paris Ghost Stations Re-imagined

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Let’s have a look at a vision that likely never is going to take place, but admittedly feels like a nice idea: what to do with old underground stations, which for a reason or another are left empty? The mayoral elections are coming up in Paris later this spring and … Read More

La Tour 13, Paris

Lydian BrunstingParis, Street ArtLeave a Comment

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One of the most impressive collective street art projects we have ever come across, took place in Paris, France October last. Here a tower of ten floors, about 4500 square meters in total, was temporarily converted into one big street art gallery. As the authorities considered renovation of the building … Read More