On the shelf of Kris Jenner is a small statue of a balloon dog. Khloe Kardashian does not wonder what this thing is doing there. When she asks her mother, she is defeated. "You really need art classes!" Jenny insists and lets the acquaintance hang out. It was a sculpture by Jeff Koons.
The Balloon-Dog by Jeff Koons (at least, Kris thinks): In reality neither color nor shape and certainly not the price is good (Picture: Screenshot)
Khloe Kardashian is insulted and thinks of a new term "Artshaming" – to be cut down because people have no idea about art (Photo: Screenshot)
Koon's dearest living artist
Khloe explains that her mother recently interested in art is interested . No wonder you were remembered as one of the first Koons. Since his balloon dogs collected $ 58.4 million at an auction in New York in 2013, he is considered the most expensive living artist in the world.
Jenner spends $ 55 and believes that she is original
Stupid Only, mother Jenner has no Koons on the shelf. While Mini Balloon Dogs are being sold for $ 9,000 at the Los Angeles Museum of Modern Art, the thing on Kris' shelf is a cheap $ 55 gossip from Canadian Imm-Living.
Cheap copy does not even look like the original
The differences: the copy is boring (the original shiny),
gold (while the original is in blue, magenta, orange, red and yellow) and the shape is different. In addition, the original comes on a reflective pedestal, made of porcelain and with the signature of the artist. All that does not have the cheap copy.
Shut up or "Artshaming"
Mrs. Jenner should be more silent if she does not know what she is talking about. However, there is no "Keeping Up with the Kardashians". Daughter Khloe, however, we have a new word to thank. "Artshaming" – when someone is ready, when he has no idea of art. Kris did it with Khloe and the media now do it with Kris. Time someone thought up a word for it.
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