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Jeff Koons Returns to Rockefeller Center With Inflated ‘Seated Ballerina’SculptureGet ready for Jeff Koons’s third show at the iconic plaza.Sarah Cascone | May 11, 2017Rendering of Jeff Koons’s inflated Seated Ballerina at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Imagecourtesy of Koons Studio and Art Production Fund.Jeff Koons is headed back to Rockefeller Center with Seated Ballerina, a new public art project co-presented bythe Art Production Fund and Kiehl’s Since 1851. Perhaps best known for his Balloon Dog, a shiny, stainless steelsculpture that looks like a Mylar balloon—an orange version holds his personal auction record for a $58.4 million2013 sale at Christie’s New York—Koons is making only his second ever inflatable public artwork for the occasion.“It’s going back to what he was really well known for,” APF executive director Casey Fremont told artnet News—only where Balloon Dog was a metal sculpture that looked like a balloon, “he’s taking an inflatable and making itlook like meta...