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Weng Contemporary is redefining the experience of purchasing prime art editions online. We offer a high-end art collecting experience by presenting a portfolio of limited-edition artworks by leading contemporary artists. Established in 2014 in Zug, Switzerland, Weng Contemporary – ArtXX AG is part of Weng Fine Art AG; an international art trading and consulting company, which since 1994 has been dealing in fine art and editions. We are actively engaged in the manufacturing process of the majority editions we offer and therefore, can guarantee authenticity and provenanc...Read More

Weng Contemporary (ArtXX AG)

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Portfolio (Shine, Light, Wobbly, Melt), by Erwin Wurm, 2023, Limited editions
By Erwin Wurm
Located in Zug, CH
Erwin Wurm Portfolio (Shine, Light, Wobbly, Melt), 2023 Relief print on canvas 100 × 80 × 4.5 cm (39.4 × 31.5 × 1.8 in) Signed and numbered Edition of 50 PLEASE NOTE: Images of edit...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Prints

Materials

Canvas

Quantum Memories: Noise A, B, C, 2020, (Set of 3), by Refik Anadol, Digital Art
Located in Zug, CH
Refik Anadol Quantum Memories: Noise A, B, C, (Set of 3), 2020 C-print 44 × 44 cm (17.3 × 17.3 in) Signed and comes with a QR code Edition of 413 PLEASE NOTE: Edition numbers could...
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2010s Abstract Geometric Abstract Prints

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C Print, Digital

Play-D'oh Coupe Plate - Jeff Koons, Contemporary, Glazed Porcelain, Decoration
By Jeff Koons
Located in Zug, CH
Jeff Koons Play-D'oh Coupe Plate - Jeff Koons, 21st Century, Contemporary, Porcelain, Sculpture, Decor, Limited Edition 2014 Glazed porcelain 31 × 31 cm (12.2 × 12.2 in) Signed and ...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

Balloon Animals Set I (matching edition number) - Jeff Koons, Porcelain, Art
By Jeff Koons
Located in Zug, CH
Balloon Animals Set I (matching edition number) - Jeff Koons, 21st Century, Contemporary, Porcelain, Sculpture, Decor, Limited Edition, Art Limoges por...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Marilyn (Purple-Red)-Contemporary Editions, Andy Warhol, Framed, Enamel, Pop Art
By (after) Andy Warhol
Located in Zug, CH
ANDY WARHOL Marilyn Purple-Red, 2010 Enamel on porcelain Edition of 49 51 x 51 cm (20.1 x 20.1 in.) Signed in glaze, numbered on the reverse on label In wooden box, accompanied by Ce...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Portrait Prints

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Enamel

Rosette Nebula - Contemporary, 21st Century, Pigment Print, Limited Edition
By Robert Longo
Located in Zug, CH
Robert Longo, Rosette Nebula Contemporary, 21st Century, Pigment Print, Limited Edition Pigment print Edition of 25 151,9 x 89 cm (59.9 x 35 in.) Signed and numbered, accompanied by ...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Prints

Materials

Pigment

The Chronicles of New York City, Domino Park, USA - Contemporary, 21st Century
By JR artist
Located in Zug, CH
JR, The Chronicles of New York City, Domino Park, USA, 2020 Contemporary, 21st Century, Lithograph, Limited Edition 20 colors lithograph on white paper BFK Rives - 300 grams Edit...
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2010s Photorealist Figurative Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Coupe Plate (set of 3) - Jeff Koons, Art, Gift, Porcelain, Tableware, Design
By Jeff Koons
Located in Zug, CH
Coupe Plate Play D'Oh, Tulips, Lips - Jeff Koons, Contemporary Art, 21st Century, Porcelain Multiple, Limited Edition, Decor, Tableware Screen-printed Limoges porcelain plate Edition of 2500 Signed and numbered on verso In mint condition In the original box, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity Acquired directly from the manufacturer Please note: edition numbers might vary from those displayed in the images! JEFF KOONS Jeff Koons (born 1955) playfully tests the boundaries of commerce, celebrity, banality and pleasure, turning banal commercial or everyday objects into art icons by using seductive materials, a shift of scale and a contextual displacement. He rose to prominence in the mid-1980s as part of a generation of artists who explored the meaning of art in a media-saturated era. Koons turns banal commercial or everyday objects into art icons by using seductive materials, a shift of scale, and a contextual displacement. Jeff Koons’s “Balloon Dog” (featuring his enormous iconic chromium stainless steel dogs); his large-scale vinyl “Inflatables”; or the giant “Split-Rocker” all follow this principle. For instance, Jeff Koons in “Puppy” engaged the past and the present, referencing the eighteenth-century formal garden, while adding the most sugary of iconography. “It’s basically the medium that defines people’s perceptions of the world, of life itself, how to interact with others. The media defines reality.” —Jeff Koons Originally licensed as a commodities broker, Koons decided to become an artist in the late 1970s and moved from Wall Street into a factory-like studio in SoHo with hundreds of assistants. Since then, he has produced different iconic series, like the “Pre-New”, a series of domestic objects in strange new configurations, and “The Equilibrium” series, consisting of basketballs floating in distilled water tanks. The “Banality” series, which includes Jeff Koons´s “Michael Jackson and Bubbles” and “Woman in Tub”, among others, is characterized by oddly eroticized, comic, and kitsch images. However, it is indeed Koons’s “Made in Heaven” series that is his most provocative and controversial work, in which he examines the place of sexuality in visual culture. Koons is widely regarded as one of the most important, influential, and controversial contemporary artists. He constantly tests the boundaries between art and commerce...
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2010s Contemporary More Art

Materials

Porcelain

Tulips Coupe Plate - Jeff Koons, Contemporary, Glazed Porcelain, Decoration
By Jeff Koons
Located in Zug, CH
Jeff Koons Tulips Coupe Plate - Jeff Koons, 21st Century, Contemporary, Porcelain, Sculpture, Decor, Limited Edition 2014 Glazed porcelain 31 × 31 cm (12.2 × 12.2 in) Signed and numbered on verso Edition of 2500 In mint condition PLEASE NOTE: Edition numbers could vary from the one shown in the pictures. One of the most famous artists working today, Jeff Koons makes gleeful, tongue-in-cheek sculptures, paintings, and installations that border—and often cross—the edge of good taste. Exploring ideas of commodity, spectacle, celebrity, and consumption, Koons has made monumental balloon dogs, a series about his lusty relationship with Italian porn star Cicciolina, cast-aluminum pool toys, a gold-painted porcelain sculpture of Michael Jackson, and a giant sculpture that resembles both Play-Doh and a heap of dung. Though the artist resists complex interpretations of his work, Koons’s innovative fabrication processes have elevated him far above the designation of simple provocateur. Koons received his BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and has exhibited extensively in New York, London, Chicago, Basel, Seoul, and elsewhere. His work belongs in the collections of The Broad, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Tate, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. His work has sold for nearly $100 million on the secondary market. JEFF KOONS Jeff Koons (born 1955) playfully tests the boundaries of commerce, celebrity, banality and pleasure, turning banal commercial or everyday objects into art icons by using seductive materials, a shift of scale and a contextual displacement. He rose to prominence in the mid-1980s as part of a generation of artists who explored the meaning of art in a media-saturated era. Koons turns banal commercial or everyday objects into art icons by using seductive materials, a shift of scale, and a contextual displacement. Jeff Koons’s “Balloon Dog” (featuring his enormous iconic chromium stainless steel dogs); his large-scale vinyl “Inflatables”; or the giant “Split-Rocker” all follow this principle. For instance, Jeff Koons in “Puppy” engaged the past and the present, referencing the eighteenth-century formal garden, while adding the most sugary of iconography. “It’s basically the medium that defines people’s perceptions of the world, of life itself, how to interact with others. The media defines reality.” —Jeff Koons Originally licensed as a commodities broker, Koons decided to become an artist in the late 1970s and moved from Wall Street into a factory-like studio in SoHo with hundreds of assistants. Since then, he has produced different iconic series, like the “Pre-New”, a series of domestic objects in strange new configurations, and “The Equilibrium” series, consisting of basketballs floating in distilled water tanks. The “Banality” series, which includes Jeff Koons´s “Michael Jackson and Bubbles” and “Woman in Tub...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

Knife-rose -Contemporary, 21st Century, Murano Glass, Rose, Sculpture, Red, Gift
Located in Zug, CH
Knife-rose Renate Bertlmann - Contemporary Art, 21st Century, Murano Glass, Rose, Sculpture, Limited Edition, Gift, Red Murano glass and metal, protected by acrylic case Edition of 50, plus 20 APs In mint Condition, accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity Acquired directly from the manufacturer Signed, numbered and dated PLEASE NOTE: Edition numbers could vary from the one shown in the pictures. A continuation of her installation, 'Discordo Ergo Sum‘ ('I dissent, therefore I am‘); which consisted of 312 glass roses, Bertlmann represented the Austrian Pavilion, as the first female solo artist, at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019, where she focuses on the dichotomy of the human existence. The focal point of Bertlmann´s practice lays within the playground of gender and social issues, as can be seen in Knife-rose, an edition of 50 hand-blown Murano glass roses. The flaming and voluptuous red rose may be inviting, but from its core a sharp knife penetrates its petals and is ready to defend itself, awaiting an attack. "Perhaps it was novel for me to focus from the very start on investigating and developing a new image of the male by the female and did not restrict myself to developing a new image of the female by the female."—Renate Bertlmann RENATE BERTLMANN Austrian feminist avant-garde artist, Renate Bertlmann´s multimedia practice explores the gender roles within societal conventions. Her provocative pieces challenge the way women are held back by societal conventions. Active since the 1970s Bertlmann, who was born in Vienna in 1943, has worked in a variety of mixed media; including collages, drawings, photographs, photo-films, performances, and sculptural objects. The fil rouge of her work is the ambivalence of the feminine and masculine relationship, pursuing, often also with humor, an interrogation on gender relations. "My main interest became the phenomenon of male abuse of power; power as disinhibiting aphrodisiac, especially within the realm of sexuality."—Renate Bertlmann In 1975, Bertlmann participated in the ground-breaking exhibition 'MAGNA. Feminismus: Kunst und Kreativität' [MAGNA. Feminism: Art and Creativity] curated by fellow feminist artist Valie Export...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Forever (small) - Contemporary art, 21st Century, YBAs, Colorful, Giclée Print
By Damien Hirst
Located in Zug, CH
Forever (small) - Damien Hirst, Contemporary Art, 21st Century, YBAs, Colorful, Giclée Print, Brush Stokes, Paint, Glossy, Limited Edition Laminated Giclée print on aluminium compos...
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2010s Young British Artists (YBA) Abstract Prints

Materials

Giclée

Lips Coupe Plate - Jeff Koons, Contemporary, Glazed Porcelain, Decoration
By Jeff Koons
Located in Zug, CH
Jeff Koons Lips Coupe Plate - Jeff Koons, 21st Century, Contemporary, Porcelain, Sculpture, Decor, Limited Edition 2013 Glazed porcelain 31 × 31 cm (12.2 × 12.2 in) Signed and numbe...
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2010s Contemporary Figurative Sculptures

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Porcelain

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