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Gagosian Quarterly

April 15, 2018

jeff koons: easyfun-ethereal

Learn more about Jeff Koons’s Easyfun-Ethereal series in this video featuring Rebecca Sternthal, one of the organizers behind the most recent exhibition of these works in New York.

Artwork © Jeff Koons; Video by Pushpin Films; Jeff Koons: Easyfun-Ethereal, Gagosian West 24th Street, New York, March 10–April 21, 2018.

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