Koons’ cover for Lady Gaga’s “Artpop” album is a “masterpiece of mad hilarity” offers Jonathan Jones, Guardian art critic

Lady Gaga Artpop album cover by Jeff Koons

Click here, or on on the Image above to go to Jonathan Jones’ interactive deconstruction of the “Artpop” album cover.

High praise indeed from The Guardian’s Jonathan Jones – one of the more sober voices in art criticism – for the artwork produced by Jeff Koons for Lady Gaga’s self-styled “reverse Warhol” experience, “Artpop.”

Read the whole of the deconstruction, linked here.

Previously on Art is Life:

Lady Gaga – the “cultural interface” – joins Koons, Abramovic, Inez & Vinoodh and Robert Wilson for a “reverse Warhol” Artpop app

(Art)Pop will eat itself, con’t: Lady Gaga shills for Marina Abramovic Institute “Kickstarter” Fundraiser – … in the nude

“Art is Life… Life is Art. The question is what came first?” queries Lady Gaga. Artists and critics call “Bull$#!t” The Pop Diva is accused of – cue shock – plagiarism … again!

Jeff Koons’ Pink “Balloon Venus” x Limited Edition Dom Pérignon 2003 Rosé

The US Department of State awards Jeff Koons a medal (!) – he still believes “…Americans are more intimidated by art (than Europeans)”

Jeff Koons, Painter, Sculptor, King of Kitsch … and “The Most Expensive Living Artist in the World” clobbers Europe with a cyclopean double exhibition in Frankfurt

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