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Richard Prince
 
American artist Richard Prince (born 1949 in Panama Canal Zone, lives and works in New York) recycles found materials from American popular culture, most often images from advertisement and magazine photography which he re-photographs, silkscreens, overpaints, frames, enlarges, or arranges in collages, playing with their somehow empty meaning. Citation, détournement, appropriation: any possible treatment of these clichés is explored and played with.

See also The Deposition of Richard Prince – In The Case of Cariou v. Prince et al.
 
(external link: www.richardprinceart.com)
 

 
2014
English edition
Christophe Daviet-Théry
temporarily out of stock
An inventory.

2013
French edition
First French translation of the 1983 artist's fiction book by Richard Prince.

2013
bilingual edition (English / French)
last available copies!
A new work based on a series of photographs made by Richard Prince when he was student in France (artist's book): a window into Prince's formative period.

2006
English edition
JRP|Ringier
last available copies!
Unique publication bringing together raw material of artist's well-known “Joke Paintings”.

1998
Le Consortium
last available copies!
Photography signed by Richard Prince, 25 copies limited edition. Natalie Portman portrait.

2011
English edition
JRP|Ringier
out of print
Artist's book.

2004
JRP|Ringier
out of print
Conceived by the artist, this book gathers unpublished manuscripts, well-known as well as unshown works from his personal collection, erotic cartoons, fan’s photographs, photographs of “white trash” suburbs and studio shots.