The Exhibit: Jeff Koons, Versailles

An over-the-top space and an over-the-top artist go head-to-head this month in the monograph Jeff Koons: Versailles, a collection of images from Koons' September 2008 exhibit, the first-ever contemporary show at the former French palace.

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An over-the-top space and an over-the-top artist go head-to-head this month in the monograph Jeff Koons: Versailles, a collection of images from Koons' September 2008 exhibit, the first-ever contemporary show at the former French palace. The 17 works, including a vitrine of vacuum cleaners and the infamous Michael Jackson and Bubbles, make for high-camp contrast with the landmark's ornate walls. Katie Hintz

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