9 November 2011
RICHARD PRINCE (B. 1949)
Untitled (portrait of my mother and another woman looking in another direction)
signed, titled, numbered and dated 'portrait of my mother and another woman looking in another direction Unique R Prince. 1978' (on the reverse)
two Ektacolor prints mounted on board mounted on foamcore
32 x 40 in. (81.2 x 101.6 cm.)
Executed in 1978.
Regen Projects, Los Angeles
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Los Angeles, Regen Projects, Women, February-March 2004, pl. 98 (illustrated).
Los Angeles, Royal/T, I Can't Feel My Face, February-September 2009.
Los Angeles, Royal/T, The Warholian, September 2010-January 2011.
Please note the provenance for this work is Regen Projects, Los Angeles
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