JEFF KOONS (b. 1955, USA)
‘Michael Jackson and Bubbles‘ (from the Banality Series), 1988/2013
Limited Edition Limoges Porcelain Collector’s 10-1/2″ Dinner Plate by Bernardaud
Beautiful high quality artist designed limited edition screenprinted porcelain plate produced by Bernardaud, France. Dimensions: 10-1/2″ (27 cm) diameter. Edition size: 4500 (indicated on bottom of plate). Signed in the print (porcelain) on the bottom. BRAND NEW / Mint condition.
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Michael Jackson and Bubbles, is a life-sized porcelain sculpture that depicts the American singer-songwriter Michael Jackson leaning back on a flower bed. On his lap reclines his domesticated chimpanzee Bubbles who clasps a white cloth. Jackson and his pet form an optical unit. They wear similar clothing, are colored homogeneously and parts of their bodies are paralleled with each other, such as Jackson’s right hand and Bubble’s paw. The sculpture has been arranged in a triangular and multi-perspective composition.
Banality is a series of sculptures by American artist Jeff Koons. The works were unveiled in 1988 and have become controversial for their misuse of copyrighted images. Several editions of the sculptures have sold at auction for millions of dollars.
Bernardaud is a family owned-and-operated business which was founded in 1863 in Limoges, France. The trendsetting company is recognized worldwide for its commitment to the French traditions of refinement and creativity in the crafting of porcelain tableware, jewelry and interior design pieces.
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