The first book in a new 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.
48 pages, softcover, edition of 2000
10.5 x 7.75 inches, 26.5 x 19.75 cm.
colour cover and inner pages