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Richard Prince

Check Paintings

February 25–April 9, 2005
Beverly Hills

Installation view Artworks © Richard Prince, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view

Artworks © Richard Prince, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Artworks © Richard Prince, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view

Artworks © Richard Prince, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Artworks © Richard Prince, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view

Artworks © Richard Prince, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view Artworks © Richard Prince, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Installation view

Artworks © Richard Prince, photo by Douglas M. Parker Studio

Works Exhibited

Richard Prince, Untitled (check painting) #12, 2004 Acrylic on canvas, 108 × 156 inches (274.3 × 396.2 cm)© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled (check painting) #12, 2004

Acrylic on canvas, 108 × 156 inches (274.3 × 396.2 cm)
© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled (check painting) #15, 2004 Acrylic on canvas, 96 × 156 ¼ inches (243.3 × 96.9 cm)© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled (check painting) #15, 2004

Acrylic on canvas, 96 × 156 ¼ inches (243.3 × 96.9 cm)
© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled, 2004 Acrylic on canvas, 62 ⅛ × 50 inches (157.8 × 127 cm)© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled, 2004

Acrylic on canvas, 62 ⅛ × 50 inches (157.8 × 127 cm)
© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled (publicity), 2004 Publicity photograph and check, 37 × 25 inches (94 × 63.5 cm)© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled (publicity), 2004

Publicity photograph and check, 37 × 25 inches (94 × 63.5 cm)
© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled (publicity), 2004 Andy Warhol album cover with drawing and check, 41 × 57 inches (104.1 × 144.8 cm)© Richard Prince

Richard Prince, Untitled (publicity), 2004

Andy Warhol album cover with drawing and check, 41 × 57 inches (104.1 × 144.8 cm)
© Richard Prince

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Gagosian Gallery is pleased to announce a major exhibition of new paintings by Richard Prince, one of the most influential artists working today.

A fully illustrated catalogue with essays by Bruce Wagner and John McWhinnie will accompany the exhibition.