In endorse the likes of Fragonard, Rubens and Titian, Jeff Koons line of Louis Vuitton accessories delivers high art to the high-pitched street and presents off his sincere passion for painting
High art needs all the friends it can get. Museum attendance is ceasing all over the world, and earnest was trying to court the young and identify with the new are clearly not working. Something more persuasive is necessary: definitive exuberance for great skill in different languages people in the 21 st century understand.
How about a Louis Vuitton suitcase with RUBENS written on it in big gold notes over a reproduction of that 17 th-century painters violent, exuberant and sumptuous toil Tiger, Lion and the Leopard Hunt?
I cant think of a simpler way to introduce great art at the forefront of modern psyches. This is not a cynic employ. The hunt covering is not a pop icon hitherto but a serious paint beloved by prowes connoisseurs. Jeff Koons, for instance.
Rubens is one of the great painters Koons has chosen to celebrate in a line of crates for Vuitton. Koons, a notorious appropriation artist, is notorious for turning kitsch likeness and objectives into art, but for his straddle of handbags, rucksacks and other expensive supplementaries he is turning great artistry back into favourite culture. Just as Andy Warhol caused Warholised versions of Renaissance art, Koons has turned the old masters into style must-haves( if you are able to yield them prices stray up to $4,000 ).
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