Richard Prince (b.1949) is one of the best-known and most popular artists in the U.S. Along with Cindy Sherman and others, he defined the 'postmodern' generation, appropriating and re-presenting images from sources that range from joke cartoons to biker magazines to Marlboro advertising campaigns. Now including painting, Prince's work remains as original and inspiring as ever.
Survey by Rosetta Brooks, Interview by Jeff Rian, Focus by Luc Sante, Artist's Choice by Sheila Nicholls, Writings by Richard Prince. Paperback. 160 pages. 120 color photos and 30 black & white photos.