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Richard Prince
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Foreword: Lisa Dennison
Edited by: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
Texts by: Nancy Spector u.a., Jack Bankowsky
Contributions: Glenn O'Brien
English
August 2007 , 372 Pages
hardcover
286mm x 209mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-2055-7
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The most extensive overview to date of Richard Prince’s provocative oeuvre.
With his bold analysis of the myths of consumer society, Richard Prince (*1949) has been one of the foremost American artists for thirty years. In 1977, Prince began re-photographing advertising images from The New York Times Magazine , and with this artistic strategy of exploring the visual worlds of others, he opened up an exciting discourse concerning the issues of authorship and the originality of the work of art. This most comprehensive presentation of Prince’s work to date collects the highlights from his many groups of works, including early appropriated photographs and  photographic series such as Cowboys, Girlfriends, and Upstate; painted canvases such as Jokes, White Paintings, Check Paintings, and Nurses; and the Hood sculptures. Along with expert texts and a series of interviews with prominent personalities from the cultural scene, this publication draws an especially multifaceted, profound portrait of Prince’s art. Exhibition schedule: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, September 28, 2007–January 9, 2008 · Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, March 22–June 15, 2008 · Serpentine Gallery, London, summer 2008
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