Flowers for Puppy. Photo: Heidrun Lohr

Project 10 : Jeff Koons

ID
P10

Project Overview
For Project 10, one of the world’s most famous contemporary artists, Jeff Koons, created Puppy outside Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art in 1995. Created as a symbol of love and happiness, Puppy stood 12.4 metres high on the harbourside, carpeted in flowering blooms like a monolithic topiary. Presented as part of the 1996 Sydney Festival and coinciding with Kaldor Public Art Projects 25th year of operation, Puppy became one of the most memorable projects and was viewed by more than 1.8 million people in Sydney before relocating to its permanent home outside the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.

Description
Please note that we are in the process of uploading archive material to the website. Project 10 will be available in the coming months.

Puppy 
12 December 1995 - 17 March 1996 

Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 

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Contents
Project 10 : Folder 1
Project 10 : Folder 2
Project 10 : Folder 3
Project 10 : Box 1
Project 10 : Press Folder
Project 10 : CAD drawings
Date
1995

People and Organisations
Jeff Koons
Museum of Contemporary Art
Education Themes
Celebratory, Monumental, Natural materials, Pop culture and mass media, Sculptures