1. This puzzle features Jeff Koons’s painting Loopy (1999) from the Easyfun series. Preorder now for a September delivery.

    This puzzle features Jeff Koons’s painting Loopy (1999) from the Easyfun series. Preorder now for a September delivery.

  2. Did you know these inflatable pool toys will never pop? Learn more on whitney.org.
Installation view Jeff Koons: A Retrospective (June 27–October 19, 2014), Whitney Museum of American Art, N.Y. © Jeff Koons. Photograph by Ron Amstutz

    Did you know these inflatable pool toys will never pop? Learn more on whitney.org.

    Installation view Jeff Koons: A Retrospective (June 27–October 19, 2014), Whitney Museum of American Art, N.Y. © Jeff Koons. Photograph by Ron Amstutz

  3. “I cross out words so you will see them more; the fact that they are obscured makes you want to read them.” —Jean-Michel Basquiat

    “I cross out words so you will see them more; the fact that they are obscured makes you want to read them.” —Jean-Michel Basquiat

  4. Kids love Koons. Today, check out family activity stations in the galleries. 
Photograph by Filip Wolak

    Kids love Koons. Today, check out family activity stations in the galleries. 

    Photograph by Filip Wolak

  5. TGIF! Celebrate with some cake.
Jeff Koons (b. 1955), Cake, 1995–97. Oil on canvas; 125 3⁄8 x 116 3⁄8 in. (318.5 × 295.6 cm). Private collection. © Jeff Koons

    TGIF! Celebrate with some cake.

    Jeff Koons (b. 1955), Cake, 1995–97. Oil on canvas; 125 3⁄8 x 116 3⁄8 in. (318.5 × 295.6 cm). Private collection. © Jeff Koons

  6. A peek at the second floor galleries of Jeff Koons: A Retrospective

  7. Jeff Koons’s Play-Doh is made up of twenty-seven individual interlocking pieces of painted aluminum and took two decades to fabricate. Definitely not child’s play! 

    Jeff Koons’s Play-Doh is made up of twenty-seven individual interlocking pieces of painted aluminum and took two decades to fabricate. Definitely not child’s play! 

  8. Jeff Koons: A Retrospective is Koons’s first major museum presentation in New York, and the first to fill nearly the entirety of the Whitney’s Marcel Breuer building with a single artist’s work. Here’s a look at the works on view in the Museum’s Lobby and Sculpture Court.

  9. Jeff Koons's One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank (Spalding Dr. J 241 Series) (1985).
Photograph by manbartlett

    Jeff Koons's One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank (Spalding Dr. J 241 Series) (1985).

    Photograph by manbartlett

  10. Jeff Koons cleaning acrylic cases for a work in the New series, c. 1985.

    Jeff Koons cleaning acrylic cases for a work in the New series, c. 1985.

  11. I love it when you ask actors, ‘What’re you doing now?’ and they say, ‘I’m between roles.’ To be living ‘life between roles,’ that’s my favorite.

    — Andy Warhol, born today in 1928.

  12. Jeff Koons's Woman in Tub (1988), part of the artist’s Banality series.
Photograph by kellyturso

    Jeff Koons's Woman in Tub (1988), part of the artist’s Banality series.

    Photograph by kellyturso

  13. Art Everywhere U.S. launched today! A total of fifty-eight artworks will pop up through the month of August on 50,000 displays nationwide, including static and digital billboards, subway platforms and trains, buses and bus shelters. Keep your eyes peeled! 

    Art Everywhere U.S. launched today! A total of fifty-eight artworks will pop up through the month of August on 50,000 displays nationwide, including static and digital billboards, subway platforms and trains, buses and bus shelters. Keep your eyes peeled! 

  14. Visiting Jeff Koons with the whole family? Be sure to check out the Kids Activity Guide, which includes writing prompts, discussion questions, and drawings by Koons. 

    Visiting Jeff Koons with the whole family? Be sure to check out the Kids Activity Guide, which includes writing prompts, discussion questions, and drawings by Koons. 

  15. This ball hovers with help from a physicist. Learn more on whitney.org.
Installation view Jeff Koons: A Retrospective (June 27–October 19, 2014), Whitney Museum of American Art, N.Y. © Jeff Koons. Photograph by Ron Amstutz

    This ball hovers with help from a physicist. Learn more on whitney.org.

    Installation view Jeff Koons: A Retrospective (June 27–October 19, 2014), Whitney Museum of American Art, N.Y. © Jeff Koons. Photograph by Ron Amstutz