David Kennedy Jones has an interesting blog piece on Richard Prince at the New York Times today.
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These retrospectives on Prince allow for a historic collision between art and the book, where the spaces between collector and librarian, librarian and artist, or artist and thief are impossibly muddled. Fortunately, ours is an age where ownership has slipped back into the plasma of unresolved terms, so Prince, trapped as he is in the 20th century, may very well be flying the most decidedly appropriate banner for our time.
Read the whole story at http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/09/19/richard-princes-library-privileges/