The first book in a series of artist-designed publications. This issue contains a selection of works by Richard Prince, the influential New York artist who first created controversy in the 1970s by working with appropriated imagery, then a quite radical concept. This issue contains representative samples of all of Prince’s most famous work: biker girls, nurses, sculptures, paintings, tattoos, pornography, jokes, and other assorted incendiary images. — From the publisher
Vancouver & Toronto: Presentation House Gallery & Bywater Bros. Editions, 2006.
First edition 4to (26.6 × 19.6 cm) Softcover Unpaginated [48 pp, incl. wrps] Texts in English Saddle-stapled bound. Illustrated in colour throughout.
Fine. Light crease on wrappers. Item ID: 1340.