Item is in stockHurry! Low inventoryItem is out of stock Item is unavailable

The Fug

€65,00 EUR

by Richard Prince



Features ‘Thirteen Different Ways of Looking at Richard Prince’, an essay by John McWhinnie.

Richard Prince’s (born in 1949 in the Panama Canal Zone, USA) art frequently takes as its subject peripheral aspects of American culture, both high and low, and transforms them into a medium. Whether "Borscht Belt" jokes, car and motorcycle enthusiasm, pulp-literature or celebrity, his material is sourced from the underbelly of society. Prince takes aim at the vulgar, revealing culture’s indiscretions—misogyny, consumerism, exhibitionism and idealized desire.

This book is published in conjunction with Richard Prince's exhibition 'The Fug', held at Almine Rech Brussels, from September 10 to November 5, 2011.

Shipping, customs duties and taxes are at the buyer's expense.

Quantity First edition of 1000
Dimensions 30,5 x 23 cm 12 x 9 in
Language English/French
Publisher Almine Rech Editions
Contributors John McWhinnie
Pages 162
ISBN 978–2–930573–07–06
Publication Date 2011


Richard Prince

Prince has been working as an artist since the 1970s; a member of the influential Pictures Generation, he worked alongside other artists to expand the scope of conceptual photography through the use of appropriation and rephotography.

Worldwide Shipping

Custom duties and charges included for EU orders

Customer Service

Contact the assistance

Secure Payment

PCI DSS compliant

Sustainable Packaging

Packaging made of 70% recycled materials