Friday, March 19, 2010

Jeff Koons Prefers People to Money, Loves His Big Studio

Posted By on Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 9:02 AM

In a recent interview with PBS's Art21, Jeff Koons—who curated two current exhibitions in New York: the New Museum's Skin Fruit and Gagosian's Ed Paschke retrospective—explains that his high-process Pop art is about people more often than it's about money, and that he loves having a big studio (which, of course, is all about people, not money, right?). But seriously, it's quite interesting, particularly when he starts talking about his process and how he thinks the best art is totally impractical.

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