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Why Doesn't The Art Establishment Respect The Most Successful American Artist Since Warhol?
"Much has always been made of the fact that [Jeff] Koons is in league with the plutocrats and once worked on Wall Street, selling commodities. But he's always been quick to refuse the art world's carefully patrolled shibboleths - that work has personal meaning, that it must contain some social criticism, that it express ambivalence about the art market. Koons does not make ambivalent work." New York Magazine 05/05/13
Posted May 7, 2013 12:44 AM




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