galleryJeff Koons Photo Gallery06.06.11galleryJeff Koons Photo Gallery06.06.11 2:22 PM ETRegina Kuehne / Associated PressArtist Jeff Koons poses in front of his work "Pink Panther", part of the exhibition "Re-Objekt" at the Kunsthaus Bregenz, in Bregenz, Austria, Feb. 16, 2007. Jeff Koons / National Galleries of ScotlandBourgeois Bust - Jeff and Ilona, 1991 White marble: 113.00 x 71.10 x 53.30 cm Katie Collins / Associated PressMoustache (foreground) and Walrus (background) by Jeff Koons. Eric Vandeville / Getty ImagesFrench billionaire Francois Pinault made the 18th century Palazzo Grassi in Venice, which he recently acquired, the home of a part of his collection of some 2,000 modern and contemporary works of art. The exhibition is called 'Where are we going?' The Balloon Dog (Magenta) work of Jeff Koons resided in front of the Palazzo Grassi in Venice on April 01, 2006. Georgios Kefalas / Associated PressThe sculpture of Jeff Koons titled "Woman in Tub", 1988, front, and the painting of Tom Wesselmann titled "Great American Nude", 1987, back, pictured in the Fondation Beyeler in Riehen, Basel, Switzerland, Thursday, October 5, 2006. Russel Daniels / Associated PressJeff Koons' 1988 sculpture, "Michael Jackson and Bubbles," a portrait of the pop star and his pet monkey. Stephane de Sakutin / AFP / Getty Images"Hanging Heart," a sculpture of artist Jeff Koons. Fifteen monumental sculptures by Koons were on display at the Chateau de Versailles from September 10 through December 14, 2008. Salvatore Laporta / Getty imagesArtist Jeff Koons' work, the Lucia Mondella stainless sculpture, is on exhibit at the National Museum June 6, 2003 in Naples. Chris Hondros / NewsmakersJeff Koons' "Puppy" sculpture stands in Rockefeller Center, June 7, 2000 in New York City. The sculpture, consisting of 70,000 fresh flowers, was previously exhibited in Germany and Australia, and there is also one on permanent location at the Guggenheim Museum in Spain. Koons is known for sculptures and photographs that explore contemporary American iconography by turning popular kitsch into high art. Darrell Ingham / Getty ImagesThe #79 BMW Motorsport BMW M3 which was painted by artist Jeff Koons on pitlane for the 78th running of the Le Mans 24 hours race on June 8, 2010 at the Circuit du Mans in Le Mans, France. Michael Gottschalk / AFP / Getty ImagesA journalist looks at the work "Bowl With Eggs (Green)" (1994-2008) by Jeff Koons during a press preview on October 29, 2008 at the Neue National Galerie museum in Berlin.