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Jeff Koons is an American artist known for his popular art sculptures, which often feature everyday objects in startlingly large sizes. He is one of the most expensive living artists, with some works selling for over $100 million. His work has been featured in many prestigious institutions around the world, such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Koons' style blends Pop Art with Surrealism, often featuring kitschy items or replicas of classical sculptures to create pieces that are both playful and thought-provoking.


The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a coming-of-age novel by Stephen Chbosky, which follows the life of protagonist Charlie, an introverted and socially awkward high school freshman. The novel chronicles his unconventional style of coping with the challenges he faces as he navigates through his first year in high school. Through a series of letters addressed to an anonymous friend, he shares his innermost thoughts and feelings about himself, his family and friends, and the world around him. Along the way, Charlie discovers friendship, love, loss, music and literature; all while learning how to accept himself for who he is.


The Perks of Being a Wallflower celebrates inclusivity and tolerance by showing how people can blossom when they’re accepted for who they are. Jeff Koons talks about art as our possibilities and potential as human beings. While his work mostly focuses on art and spectacle, the message Koons talks about is more directly tied to the arts ability to affirm our existence. 

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