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Richard Prince: The Second House

by Richard Prince

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Prince's upstate New York Second House makes a home, literally, for the increasingly physical work of an artist once best known for his studio photographs of magazines. The Second House documents his ranch-style gallery, the long grass around it, and the 1973 Plymouth Barracuda parked in the yard, and commemorates the Guggenheim's purchase of the site, which they pledge to open to the public for ten years.… (more)
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Prince's upstate New York Second House makes a home, literally, for the increasingly physical work of an artist once best known for his studio photographs of magazines. The Second House documents his ranch-style gallery, the long grass around it, and the 1973 Plymouth Barracuda parked in the yard, and commemorates the Guggenheim's purchase of the site, which they pledge to open to the public for ten years.
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Prince's upstate New York Second House makes a home, literally, for the increasingly physical work of an artist once best known for his studio photographs of magazines. The Second House documents his ranch-style gallery, the long grass around it, and the 1973 Plymouth Barracuda parked in the yard, and commemorates the Guggenheim's purchase of the site, which they pledge to open to the public for ten years.

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