Richard Prince has been in a the news some more recently. NPR’s All Things Considered: ‘Canal Zone’ Collages Test The Meaning Of ‘Fair Use’ highlights the potential impact the Cariou case could have on the art world should it succeed. … Continue reading
Richard Prince has just published some new photos online and I really like them! The bright colors leave me feeling hungry, isolated, and a little bit dirty.
ArtDaily.org has a great interview with Richard Prince. The topic is his latest exhibition in which he merges photos of nude women with faces from Pablo Picasso. What I find interesting about the article is that the photos of nude … Continue reading
The lawsuit against Richard Prince has been in the news once again as Getty and Corbis filed a “friend-of-the-court” brief in support of photographer Patrick Cariou. Getty and Corbis of course have an interest in strict copyright law because they … Continue reading
Richard Prince has had a lot of girlfriends in his day and I just love that he was able to document them with these photos!
Richard Prince’s Cowboy series was really a turning point in his career. They way that he captured the essence of the everyday rustic Marlboro man on his journey through a post-apocalyptic wasteland speak volumes about his talent.
Great coverage over on ArtNet Read the statement from the Warhol Foundation Below The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has filed a brief in New York urging a federal appeals court to reverse a lower court’s ruling that … Continue reading
Artist Richard Prince (b. 1949) is at once an observer, purveyor, and critic of an American spirituality shaped through promiscuous borrowings from the everyday world. Prince is best known for his technique of “rephotography,” a formal descendant of Marcel Duchamp’s … Continue reading
Richard Prince writes a very interesting review of Bob Dylan’s paintings I was lucky to be invited to see Bob Dylan’s paintings when I was in L.A. this past winter. Part of the seeing was how I got there. I’m … Continue reading
This is one of Richard Price’s more celebrated writings from 1980 Why I go to the Movies Alone Pg. 3-6 The Perfect Tense A lot of people wish they were someone else. And some of us would like to exchange … Continue reading