Richard Prince – Paintings




 

In line with much of Prince’s art, the paintings grapple with the idea of influence, reusing and deconstructing Picasso’s iconography in order to mount a challenge to his iconic aura. In the late 2000s, Prince began a cycle of paintings which similarly corrupted Willem de Kooning’s ‘Women’ series – conflating the originals with pornographic ink-jet prints and sections of expressive, ‘painterly’ brushwork. In the Picasso paintings, Prince takes on the most pervasive influence of all on twentieth-century art (Jackson Pollock, another significant inspiration of Prince’s, famously hurled a Picasso book against his studio wall, and emerged saying: “Goddamn it! That guy has done everything. There’s nothing left.”)

Duration 01 February 2013 - 16 March 2013
Times Open Tue-Sat 11-6
Cost Free
Venue Sadie Coles (Sth Audley Street)
Address 4 New Burlington Place London W1S 2HS, ,
Contact 020 7493 8611 / info@sadiecoles.com / www.sadiecoles.com

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