Richard Prince. untitled (band), 2013

Known for pioneering re-photography and the appropriation of photographs in the 1970s, Richard Princes latest works, so-called band paintings comprised of CD and DVD stickers strategically chosen and placed over black-and-white pornographic images, are readily familiar. Less so are his new untitled works: minimalist, abstract shapes formed by rubber bands and newspaper clippings stapled onto paper or, in this case, the gallery wall. Published to coincide with a one-year exhibition at Le Case dArte di Pasquale Leccese in Milan, from September 2013, this book presents a series of installation views of these works.

Text: Prince Richard. cm 21×30; pp. 32; BW ills.; hardcover. Publisher: A&Mbookstore Edizioni, Milano, 2014.

ISBN: 9788887071559| 8887071551

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Known for pioneering re-photography and the appropriation of photographs in the 1970s, Richard Princes latest works, so-called band paintings comprised of CD and DVD stickers strategically chosen and placed over black-and-white pornographic images, are readily familiar. Less so are his new untitled works: minimalist, abstract shapes formed by rubber bands and newspaper clippings stapled onto paper or, in this case, the gallery wall. Published to coincide with a one-year exhibition at Le Case dArte di Pasquale Leccese in Milan, from September 2013, this book presents a series of installation views of these works.