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Edited by American artist and blogger Greg Allen, this book contains the published transcript of Richard Prince during the copyright infringement case against him by French photographer Patrick Cariou. Prince, an artist known for his work involving appropriating photographs, or re-photography , was sued for unauthorised use of Cariou s images. In the transcripts, which cover several hours of questions and answers between Prince and the attorneys, he must defend and explain his method of working. This involves an in-depth and candid discussion about his career, life, motivations and so on quite an extraordinary encounter, considering that the artist seldom gives interviews.
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Book Description Bookhorse, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Bookhorse, Zurich, 2013. Softcover. First edition. Book condition: new. Brand new unread copy. "The Deposition of Richard Prince In the Case of Cariou V. Prince et al." Edited by Greg Allen. In 2009, French photographer Patrick Cariou accused Richard Prince and Gagosian Gallery of copyright violation in Prince's use of Cariou's photographs in Prince's exhibition "Canal Zone." The case was tied up for years in NY court, the artwork impounded, before Prince finally prevailed in 2013. This small softcover book is a transcript of Prince's deposition - an exegis on the use of appropriation in art. Stunning, brilliant argument. 272 pg, 18 B&W reproductions. OOP. Seller Inventory # wi572rp