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RICHARD PRINCE, Skull Bunny shopping bag, 1991 [signed]

RICHARD PRINCE, Skull Bunny shopping bag, 1991
50 x 28 x 8 cm
offset on stiff paper bag
signed, dated
edition 29
published during Art Basel 1991 by Printed Matter, New York, USA and Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada
extremely rare
mint condition
p.o.r.

 

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photographs PRINCE, RICHARD

RICHARD PRINCE, Untiled (Jawbone), 2016

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RICHARD PRINCE, Untitled (Jawbone 2013-2015), 2016
46 x 30,5 cm / 18 x 12 inch
C-gloss photo print
signed, numbered
edition 100
published by The Kitchen, New York, USA
not available

On the occasion of performances by The Glenn Branca Ensemble: The Third Ascension at The Kitchen NYC Richard Prince created this limited edition print. Print courtesy of Richard Prince.

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PRINCE, RICHARD sound: vinyl records, CD's

RICHARD PRINCE, lecture, 2015 [vinyl CD]

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RICHARD PRINCE, lecture, 2015
4.7 inch vinyl audio CD
with plastic sleeve as issued
edition unknown
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Recording of a lecture by Richard Prince on what he is interested in and above all on what he is not……., surprisingly with cliche statements on The Doors, Jim Morrison, Punck, Heavy Metal, Pop art, Paul Gaugain, e.a. KvG

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PRINCE, RICHARD sound: vinyl records, CD's

RICHARD PRINCE, It’s a Free Concert Now, 2015 [LP vinyl]

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RICHARD PRINCE, It’s a Free Concert Now, 2015
31,3 x 31,5 cm
screen print on vinyl, 12 inch LP, black sleeve in plastic bag
A-side: It’s a Free Concert Now / B-side: Record House, 2012
limited edition
unsigned
published by Brigade Commerz, Pforzheim, Germany
mint condition
€ 340,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered mail
inv.RPri 201-pr

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Richard Prince says about the vinyl covered house depicted on the label:
“Record House is located on Righter Rd. right down from my studio in upstate NY. It once was a hunting cabin. After I bought it, I removed the porch that surrounded it. I bought a lot of records on e-bay and cut them into shapes of shingles and nailed them up all over the structure. Vinyl and wax siding.”

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PRINCE, RICHARD prints

RICHARD PRINCE, I never had a penny to my name…., 1994

RICHARD PRINCE, ‘I never had a penny to my name, so I changed my name.[1985]’, 1994
10,5 x 15 cm
signed, dated
p.o.r.

 

This signed postcard is a reproduction of a Richard Prince Joke painting that comes in more than one version. A shadow line in between the two parts of the painting has been replaced by a designer’s cut on the post card. By this a vertical white line is created that is not part of the painting as is shown below.

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Coll. Rubell Family Collection, Miami, USA
inv.BF-storage.card

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multiples PRINCE, RICHARD

RICHARD PRINCE, Skull Bunny shopping bag, 1991

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RICHARD PRINCE, Skull Bunny shopping bag, 1991
50 x 28 x 8 cm
offset on stiff paper bag
limited edition
published during Art Basel 1991 by Printed Matter, New York, USA and Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada
text ‘Learn to read Art’ by Lawrence Weiner, bag printed by Imschoot, Uitgevers
condition: used
€ 450,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered EU mail

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This paper bag by Richard Prince was produced for supporting Art Metropole at Art Basel 1991. For the sake of supporting Art Metropole Richard Prince signed 29 bags.

History of prices:
Zwiggelaar Auctions, Amsterdam June 24 2022 € 400,- (hammer price)
Printed Matter, New York, USA July 2021 US$ 500.-
eBay/moplen2003, 13 January 2021 € 650,-
Paddle auction, 16 July 2014 US$ 1,700.-
Art Metropole, Toronto and in booth at Art Basel 1991 SFr 150.- (in year of issue)