Coupe Plate Lips, 2013
3 SnapFacts about Koons:
* Jeff Koons' Rabbit sold at Christie's in May 2019 for a record-breaking $91.1 million (setting the auction record for the most expensive work by a living artist and the most expensive sculpture - for the second time for Koons since 2013)
* Koons exhibited at MoMA, Tate, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Centre Pompidou and many others, including a solo show at the Ashmolean Museum (Oxford) in 2019
* Koons is often inspired by the kitsch objects that surrounded him as a child growing up in suburban America. In this playful work, he puts imagery from his other works on a ceramic plate in reference to cheap souvenirs he would see in the homes of his friends as a child.
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