The new Jeff Koons exhibit at Switzerland's Fondation Beyeler showcases some of the artists best work from the past 30 years. The most remarkable aspect of Koons' productions is his ability to articulate popping color, seen by way of vibrant rainbow motifs that cascade along the walls of this European museum.
The Fondation Beyeler group has ordered the Koons display into sections with the titles "New," "Banality" and "Celebration." Those who are lucky enough to be in Switzerland during the Koons show will get the chance to witness his epic pieces, many of which emulate the looks of round, inflated large-scale balloons. Whether in the form of a ginormous swan or an adorable miniature elephant, Koons has been able to touch upon the designers unmatched ability to imitate life.
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