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TateShots: Jeff Koons

Tulip 'balloons' by Jeff Koons, permanently in...

Artistic industry in the studio of Jeff Koons.

There are not many places on earth where paintings of Popeye mingle with giant lobsters, or where a team can scheme to hang a full-sized train from a crane. But as this episode of TateShots proves, anything is possible in the studio of Jeff Koons.

Fresh from exhibiting his work at the Palace of Versailles (the first time a contemporary artist has been invited to exhibit there), the boundary-breaking artist gave us a whistle-stop tour of his factory-like facility.

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