THE DEPOSITION OF RICHARD PRINCE In the case of Cariou v. Prince et al. Greg Allen (Ed.). Bookhorse

Posted in writing on January 14th, 2013
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French photographer Patrick Cariou accused Richard Prince of copying 41 images of rastafarians and landscapes from his book Yes Rasta, which Richard Prince was using for a series of paintings and collages called the Canal Zone. A deposition is the out-of-court oral testimony of a witness that is reduced to writing for later use in court. In such a scenario Richard Prince had to explain and defend his art, his career, and his decades-long practice of appropriating images made by others. Collected and arranged by artist and blogger Greg Allen, this Q & A must be the most detailed insight about his career and work he ever gave to this day. For a maximum of almost seven hours he had to answer the extensive, confrontational questioning by the attorney of Patrick Cariou- under oath.

Author: Greg Allen (Ed.)
Publisher: Bookhorse
Language: English
Size: 18 x 11 cm
Weight: 205 g
Binding: Softcover

Price: €15.00
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