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ISBN:3865604927
Author: Richard Prince
ISBN13: 978-3865604927
Title: 3rd Place: A Children's Coloring Book
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: Walther König, Köln; Clr edition (September 1, 2008)
Pages: 82

3rd Place: A Children's Coloring Book by Richard Prince



3rd place : a children's colouring book, by Richard Prince. Richard Prince -. Fecha: 2008. The Archive of the MACBA Study Centre has an extensive set of materials, including artist publications and documentary fonds. We publish texts and images on an ongoing basis, but this record is currently in the process of being documented.

Within this children's coloring book for grown-ups, readers will find 72 messy, funny, sometimes risqué black-and-white line drawings of people, monsters, robots and flowers. Is there a nude, bearded guy with peace symbols for eyes? Sure. How about a stick figure with ears that grow up over the top of his head or a female nude with a crude black pirate patch over one demonic eye? Check, and check again

Including 'Richard Prince' by Nancy Spector (New York: the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, 2007); 'Richard Prince, Four Cowboys' with an essay by Gordon Burn (London: Murderme, 2009); '3rd Place, A children's colouring book' by Richard Prince, published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Richard Prince: Continuation (London: Serpentine Gallery in conjunction with Koeing Books, 2008); 'Richard Prince' (Koln: Jablonka Galerie, 1989); 'American Dream: Collecting Richard Prince for 27 Years' (Miami: Rubell Family Collection, 2004); and. How about a stick figure with ears that grow up over the top of his head or a female nude with a crude black pirate patch over one demonic eye? Check, and check again.

For lovers of Richard Prince. 3rd Place: Children's colouring book. Prince comienza el libro con un ensayo que fue publicado por primera vez en América en 1988. 5 cm. is envisioned as a continuation of Prince's major 2007 retrospective at the Solomon R. or for anyone with an off-beat sense of humor. Para amantes de Richard Prince. produced on the occasion of Prince's 2008 Serpentine Gallery exhibition. America Goes To War. Within this children's coloring book for grown-ups

Frequently bought together. This is a book I will use pencils with because markers would bleed through. 3 people found this helpful.

In fact many of our Children's Kindle books contain free downloadable pdf coloring book pages for girls and boys. These can be printed out for hours of coloring fun for the kids. From the famous traditional children’s fairy tale ‘Little Red Riding Hood’, c FREE BONUS:- Inside Little Red Riding Hood And The Wolf Prince you'll find FREE Coloring Book pages for kids to print! In fact many of our Children's Kindle books contain free downloadable pdf coloring book pages for girls and boys. What would happen if the ‘Big Bad Wolf’ was not a ‘Big Bad Wolf’ at all, but a young prince under an enchanted spell? How does Little Red Riding Hood come in to this? What will happen on her visit to Granny's?

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Within this children's coloring book for grown-ups, readers will find 72 messy, funny, sometimes risqué black-and-white line drawings of people, monsters, robots and flowers. Is there a nude, bearded guy with peace symbols for eyes? Sure. A mummy? Yes again. How about a stick figure with ears that grow up over the top of his head or a female nude with a crude black pirate patch over one demonic eye? Check, and check again. For lovers of Richard Prince, one of the foremost American artists of the Pictures generation, or for anyone with an off-beat sense of humor, this is a must-have artist's book, produced on the occasion of Prince's 2008 Serpentine Gallery exhibition. As Roberta Smith wrote in her 2007 review of Prince's major mid-career survey at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, "Practically every last American could find something familiar, if usually a bit unsettling, in his work." Adults--and children too.