Renowned artist Jeff Koons known for working with popular culture subjects, was honored last May during MOCA’s 38th annual gala (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles) -- and now, the contemporary art museum has commissioned a mini-documentary on his storied career titled simply, "Jeff Koons."

Directed by Oscar Boyson, the eight-minute clip is narrated by one of Hollywood's star actors, Scarlett Johansson, as it showcases Koons’ beginnings and his rise to popularity. A few of his iconic artworks such as the Puppy, Balloon Dog, car designs, concert backdrops and many more are highlighted in the sequence of visuals, while there's also appearances by Pharrell Williams, art dealer Larry Gagosian, contemporary visual artist George Condo and others paying homage to Koons.

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