Jeff Koons at the Serpentine
The controversial American artist Jeff Koons brings his new exhibition to the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens from July until September of this year. This will be his first ever major exhibition in a public gallery space on these shores and it is greatly anticipated by both art lovers and visitors to the city. Jeff Koons is known for his boundary-pushing examination of consumerism and his transformation of banal every-day objects into art objects. This current London exhibition of paintings and sculptures at the Serpentine is known as the 'Popeye Series', and focuses on a range of objects and imagery that incorporate both art historical and pop culture references.
Jeff Koons is a controversial American artist that came to prominence in the 1970s with his inflatable art objects which were focussed on subverting the notion of the art object in the gallery and playing with ideas of commercialism in the art world.
The Serpentine Gallery is located in the stunning Kensington Gardens and is surrounded by beautiful scenery and public parks. The gallery is easily accessible from our Bayswater serviced apartments and is nearby to such top London attractions as the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Royal Albert Hall and the Natural History Museum.
Address: Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London, W2 3XA
Times: 10am-6pm daily, July to September 13.
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