From monumental balloon dogs to subversive large-scale paintings, contemporary artist Jeff Koons is known for pushing the boundaries of art. What is the inspiration behind his bold and provocative works, and what role do they play in the world of contemporary art more broadly?
Find out in this vibrant conversation event, at the Sheldonian Theatre, between Jeff Koons and Emeritus Professor of Art History Martin Kemp.
This event takes place at the Sheldonian Theatre on Broad Street, Oxford. See below (or click here) for a seating plan.
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Tickets are £10 each. Click here for a seating plan.
No concession rates are available for this event.
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STUDENT TICKETS (FULLY BOOKED)
A number of tickets in the Upper Gallery (benches) were made available for students by TORCH, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities.
Free tickets were available for students at school, further education college, and University. Proof of ID will be required to gain entry on the night. Entry will not be possible without a valid ticket and student ID.