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Untitled (upstate), 2006

Photograph

Chromogenic crystal archive print

40.00 x 30.00 in

101.6 x 76.2 cm

Edition of 25

This work is signed and numbered.

$15,000
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About The Work

Much like the re-photographed Marlboro Man that shot Richard Prince to art-world fame in 1975, the artist and collector approaches his work with a cowboy-like irreverence. Known for his "appropriation art" critiquing American culture, Prince’s work ranges from crude hand-drawing to multi-media photo installations. Taking on subjects like celebrity, pornography, and psychology Prince delves into the imagery of modern society with a rebellious sense of humor. This photograph is from a project titled Upstate, in which Prince documented seemingly mundane scenes from near his home in upstate New York. 

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