copy, paste, appropriate: how can the pictures generation shape our concept of identity?
As Skarstedt’s new exhibition Double Take opens, we explore the ideas and ideals of appropriation in the world of photography, from Collier Schorr to Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince right through to today’s social media generation who reach towards a...
richard prince trolls the trumps
And someone’s created a petition to get Christo to build that wall. But will Andres Serrano re-dedicate Piss Christ to the President-elect?
richard prince’s new portraits are coming to london
The artist’s controversial exhibition of Instagram screenshots opens in London this Friday.
richard prince's misogynistic track record
When appropriation, supposedly in the name of art, involves stealing and manipulating images of women’s bodies, something beyond creative license is going on.
defending richard prince against accusations of misogyny
Why New Portraits is a comment on exploitation, art, and sex and not simply the pornographic fantasies of a talentless hack.
more of richard prince's unwitting subjects speak out
And their stances on the exhibition couldn't be more different.
suicidegirl’s clever response to richard prince’s stolen instagram art
Instagram users SuicideGirl reclaim their image from controversial artist Richard Prince, who reappropriated and sold it for $90,000.
richard prince sells other people's instagrams for almost $100K
One of the "stars" of the series of works speaks out.
the queen of the sad girls on richard prince’s new show
As Richard Prince opens a new show of deconstructed female figures in New York, artist and sad girl theorist Audrey Wollen contextualises the work in a tradition of art historical sexism.
from donald drawbertson to richard prince, the art of the logo
In honour of the Faking It: Originals, Copies and Counterfeits exhibition at New York's FIT, here are five artists who bend the boundaries and create fantastic artworks using famous fashion logos.
richard prince, audrey wollen, and the sad girl theory
Imagine receiving a text message that one of the world’s most prominent artists had appropriated your work, divorcing it of its original meaning. That’s exactly what happened to Audrey Wollen, a Los Angeles-based artist whose recreation of Diego...