Here’s Your Koonstagram Roundup

The Koonsunami is gathering speed.

Press at Jeff Koons restrospective
Koons groupies and a peek at the Play-Doh. Photo: Instagram/@tessthackara

So you couldn’t wangle your way into the press preview. If you’re active on social media, you probably already feel like you’ve seen the Whitney Museum’s “Jeff Koons: A Retrospective” in its entirety, thanks to the army of Instagrammers documenting Koons, his art, and all the related fanfare. With the addition of his massive Split-Rocker installation in Rockefeller Center, Koons Fever has officially gripped New York City, and we’ve got the pictures to prove it.

#ThrowbackKoonsDay Photo: Instagram/@toddeberle

#ThrowbackKoonsDay
Photo: Instagram/@toddeberle

And so it begins... Photo: Instagram/@itsbensutton

And so it begins…
Photo: Instagram/@itsbensutton

The temptation for alliteration is undeniable. Photo: Instagram/@brianboucher

The temptation for alliteration is undeniable.
Photo: Instagram/@brianboucher

Ben Sutton takes a selfie in blue. Photo: Instagram/@itsbensutton

Ben Sutton takes a Koons selfie in blue.
Photo: Instagram/@itsbensutton

A selfie in red. Photo: Instagram/@rcembalest

A similar Koons selfie in red.
Photo: Instagram/@rcembalest

Koons groupies and a peek at the Play-Doh. Photo: Instagram/@tessthackara

Koons groupies and a peek at the Play-Doh.
Photo: Instagram/@tessthackara

KoonsTV Photo: Twitter/@whitneymuseum

KoonsTV
Photo: Twitter/@whitneymuseum

This could make for a local flower shortage. Photo: Instagram/@lauratitian

This could make for a local flower shortage.
Photo: Instagram/@lauratitian

Koons family photo. Photo: Instagram/@whitneymuseum

Koons family photo.
Photo: Instagram/@whitneymuseum

Marilyn Minter and Cindy Sherman enjoying Made in Heaven. Photo: Instagram/@yvonneforce

Marilyn Minter and Cindy Sherman enjoying Made in Heaven.
Photo: Instagram/@yvonneforce

But wherever shall they keep it? Photo: Instagram/@toddeberle

But wherever shall they keep it?
Photo: Instagram/@toddeberle

China Chow's dress is the perfect contrast to this hanging critter. Photo: Instagram/@bfa_nyc

China Chow’s dress is the perfect contrast to this hanging critter.
Photo: Instagram/@bfa_nyc


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