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Richard Prince

Good Revolution, 1992

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Presentation gold record with engraved
plaque mounted on C-print, framed,
includes a playable vinyl record by the artist, recorded both sides, “Good
Revolution” (1:46) and “Don’t Belong” (1:46), arranged and performed by Richard Prince, recorded and mixed at Harmonic Ranch
by Mark Degliantoni, September 1992,
20 1/2 x 16 1/2” (52 x 41,9 cm),
Ed. 80/XX, signed and numbered

Greatest hits. A weaver of fictions awards himself the industry’s highest accolade—a gold record—complete with winning cover design and haunting “lyrics.”


“Prince’s style of appropriation is not about the transgressive aspect of the process, that is, stealing from popular culture to turn it inside out and reveal its manipulative aspect; rather, he mines it to unearth the myths that crystallize American culture.” Daniela Salvioni Parkett No. 34, 1992