Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin (Germany), Richard Prince, Passion Play, Magazine, 1996
Richard Prince’s collaboration with SZ coincided with an exhibition at the Haus der Kunst in Munich at a point of personal and professional reflection in his life. Famous for his use of appropriated popular media images (e.g. The Marlboro Man), Prince’s “Passion Play” drawings reflect a completely different type of art-making. Originally made while Prince was in therapy in the early 1970s, the drawings were meant to convey feelings that words could not express.
118 pages total. 37 pages devoted to Richard Prince.
Size: 9 x 12 Inches
Caption reads “I couldn’t find a parking space. So I bought a parked car.”