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THE EARLY WORK OF
RICHARD PRINCE, 1974-77
The works in this exhibition, publicly unseen for thirty years, will completely alter our view of the art of Richard Prince
one of the most influential artists of his generation.
In the early 1980s Prince emerged as one of the key practitioners of appropriation art, yet the origins of his practice have remained obscure. The exhibition will fill this void by exhibiting more than forty-five works made by the artist between 1974 and 1977, including drawings, prints, altered text works, and mixed media photocollages. These works offer us significant and compelling new insight into Prince’s later career, and illuminate a crucial moment in the history of recent art.
Fugitive Artist: The Early Work of Richard Prince, 1974-77
will be on view January 28-June 24, 2007.
by Michael Lobel, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor of Art History and Director of the M.A. Program in Modern and Contemporary Art, Criticism, and Theory, Purchase College, State University of New York.
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