Louisiana poster with the work, Untitled , 2014, by the American artist, Richard Prince, which Louisiana presents from November 2022 in the exhibition, Same Man, in the exhibition series, Louisiana on Paper. One of America's most influential post-1980 artists, Prince is best known for his twisted re-photographs of glossy magazine ads, his cross-outs, cross-hatches, annotated and spray-painted versions of magazine covers, books and comic drawings – and for his collages, here with a clear nod to Picasso's portraits of women.
In fact, Richard Prince turns everything into collage. It is subtracted and added. Pablo Picasso is a hero to Prince, and here he cuts holes in a photograph to fill the resulting gaps with his own, generic versions of Picasso's portraits of women, so that a whole new narrative emerges.
But this is not a new "style". It's just Prince in a different way. He has always commented, crossed out, spray-painted , re-photographed, cut out and inserted. Prince is an ambiguous figure and his style varies.
As in all of Richard Prince's works, human identity is at stake, typical of the late 20th century: Who are you? Who am I? Who is he himself?
Dimensions: 29.7 cm x 42 cm
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Frame: 12 mm
Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
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