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Louis XIV by Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons

Louis XIV, 1986

Stainless steel
116.8 x 68.6 x 38.1 cm (45.98 x 27.01 x 15 in)
Unique artwork
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Momentum 12M
Last recorded sale at Christie's, New York (13 May 2015)

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Past Sales
ImageSale dateAuction houseLocationSale nameLot No.EstimatePrice SoldConditionTitle
May 13, 2015
Christie'sNew YorkPost-War & Contemporary Evening Sale58
$****** - ******
Louis XIV
Nov 2, 1994
Christie'sNew YorkContemporary Art from the Estate of Gerald S. Elliott17
$****** - ******
Louis XIV
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Artwork Description



116.8 x 68.6 x 38.1 cm (45.98 x 27.01 x 15 in)


stainless steel


Collection of Jeff Koons, New York

Acquired from the above by the present owner, 1993


New York, Sonnabend Gallery, Group Show, October-November 1986 (another example exhibited). Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, Musee d’Art Moderne, Cartes Blanches, Les Courtiers du Desir, April-May 1987 (another example exhibited). Milwaukee Art Museum, Simulations, New American Conceptualism, November 1987-January 1988, no. 6 (another example illustrated and exhibited). Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art, Jeff Koons: Works 1979 - 1988 , July-August 1988, p. 3, no. 20 (another example illustrated and exhibited). Dayton, Wright State University, University Art Galleries and Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Redefining the Object, May-June 1988, p. 7 (another example illustrated and exhibited). Boston, Institute of Contemporary Art and Museum of Fine Arts; Düsseldorf, Städtische Kunsthalle, Kunsthalle Bremen and Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, The Bi N ational: German Art of the Late '80's, September 1988-June 1989, p. 127, no. 41 (another example illustrated in color and exhibited). The Art Institute of Chicago, Affinities and Intuitions: The Gerald S. Elliott Collection of Contemporary Art, May-July 1990, p. 291, no. 75 (another example illustrated in color and exhibited). San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Minneapolis, Walker Art Center, Jeff Koons, December 1992-October 1993, no. 32 (another example illustrated and exhibited). Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum; Aarhus Kunsmuseum and Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Jeff Koons, November 1992-April 1993, p. 51 (another example illustrated and exhibited). Athens School of Fine Arts; Copenhagen, Museum of Modern Art and New York, Guggenheim Museum Soho, Everything That's Interesting is New: the Dakis Joannou Collection, January-April 1996, pp. 154 and 293 (another example illustrated in color). Athens, DESTE Foundation for Contemporary Art, Monument to Now: the Dakis Joannou Collection, June-December 2004, p. 206 (another example illustrated in color). Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Taschen Collection , October 2004-January 2005, p. 123 (illustrated). Chateau de Versailles, Jeff Koons Versailles, October 2008-April 2009, pp. 53-55, 144 and 166 (another example illustrated in color and exhibited). New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art and Pittsburgh, Andy Warhol Museum, Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years, September 2012-April 2013, p. 68, no. 95 (another example illustrated in color and exhibited). New York, Whitney Museum of American Art; Paris, Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne and Guggenheim Bilbao, Jeff Koons: A Retrospective, June 2014-September 2015, p. 91 and 97, pl. 46 (another example illustrated and exhibited)


G. Politi, "Luxury and Desire: An Interview with Jeff Koons," Flash Art, February-March 1987, pp. 71-76 (another example illustrated in color). K. Honnef, ed., Contemporary Art, Hamburg, 1990, p. 27 (illustrated in color). R. Smith, "Rituals of Consumption," Art in America, May 1988, pp. 4, 164-170 (another example illustrated in color and on the cover). T. Dreher, "Jeff Koons, Objekt-Bilder," Artefactum, no. 27, February-March 1989, pp. 6-11. A. Muthesius, ed., Jeff Koons, Cologne, 1992, p. 91, no. 8 (illustrated in color). A. d'Offay, J. Koons, and R. Rosenblum, The Jeff Koons Handbook: A Catalogue Raisonné, London, 1992, pp. 76-77 (another example illustrated). A. Beeke, "Jeff Koons," Stedelijk Bulletin, November 1992, p. 76 (another example illustrated). F. Hettig, "Jeff Koons," Kunstforum International, v. 121, Kunst und Humor II, 1993, p. 109 (another example illustrated). Jeff Koons, exh. cat., Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples, 2003, p. 55 (another example illustrated). “Pairs – Die Paare: Jeff Koons/Yan Pei-Ming/Emil Nolde,” Die Welt, Spring 2007, p. 2. J. Benhamou-Huet, "Exposition: Le roi du kitsch trone a Versailles," Le Point, 4 September 2008, p. 84 (illustrated in color). L. Cenac, "Le roi Koons a Versailles," Madame Figaro, 6 September 2008, p. 142 (illustrated in color). H.W. Holzwarth, ed., Jeff Koons, Cologne 2008, p. 217 (illustrated in color). H.W. Holzwarth, ed., Jeff Koons, Cologne, 2009, p. 215 (illustrated in color). P. Javault, "Le Bon Exemple: Jeff Koons" in 20/27 N 05, 2011, illustrated in color p. 136 M. Polsinelli and S. Burkhanova, “The Words,” Garage Magazine, Fall/Winter 2014, p. 91. Urban Theater: New York Art in the 1980s, exh. cat., Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, September 2014-January 2015, p. 94. J. Koons and N. Rosenthal, Jeff Koons: Conversations with Norman Rosenthal, New York and London, 2014, p. 129. Jeff Koons: La Retrospective: The Album of the Exhibition, exh. cat., Paris, Centre Pompidou, 2014, p. 20