Richard Prince | the artist




The artist Richard Prince
Born 1949, Panama Canal Zone.
Lives and works in New York.

Style and technique of the artist: Neo-Conceptualism, Painting, Postmodernism, Photography,


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Prince’s work has been among the most innovative art produced in the United States during the past 30 years. His deceptively simple act in 1977 of rephotographing advertising images and presenting them as his own ushered in an entirely new, critical approach to art-making—one that questioned notions of originality and the privileged status of the unique aesthetic object…
3 Works and bio
Mission Nurse
In the early eighties, Richard Prince started to re-photograph magazine ads featuring the Marlboro Man; since then, he’s given biker chicks, Borscht Belt jokes, celebrity autographs, and pulp-fiction nurses the legitimizing stamp of "appropriation art."
Untitled (Cowboy)


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