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Richard Prince

Selections from The Karpidas Collection (solo show)
The Karpidas Collection, Dallas
21 October – 29 January 2023

Installation view: Richard Prince: Selections from The Karpidas Collection, © Richard Prince. Courtesy of The Karpidas Collection, Dallas. Photo: Kevin Todora
Installation view: Richard Prince: Selections from The Karpidas Collection, © Richard Prince. Courtesy of The Karpidas Collection, Dallas. Photo: Kevin Todora

Works by Richard Prince are now on view in The Karpidas Collection. The first major solo exhibition of the artist’s work in the state of Texas, Richard Prince: Selections from The Karpidas Collection features over 40 artworks spanning almost 40 years of Prince’s oeuvre, from the iconic Marlboro cowboys to the infamous Instagram portraits.


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Richard Prince

Richard Prince – Same Man (solo show)
Louisiana Museum of Art, Humblebæk
17 November 2022 — 10 April 2023

Installation view, Photo courtesy of Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Installation view, Photo courtesy of Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebaek, Denmark, will bring together work by Richard Prince in a new exhibition focused on the artist's understated assessments of the banal aspects of society. Treating idol worship, seduction, and the visual codes of the collective unconscious as central themes, the exhibition pays tribute to Prince's expert eye.

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art


Ai Weiwei, Richard Prince

From Here, For Now (group show)
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
5 November 2022 – 12 February 2023

Richard Prince Untitled (cowboy), 1980–89, photo courtesy of Art Gallery of New South Wales, Richard Prince, © Richard Prince
Richard Prince Untitled (cowboy), 1980–89, photo courtesy of Art Gallery of New South Wales, Richard Prince, © Richard Prince

From Here, For Now presents works by Australian and international artists from the collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, exploring interrelated themes that are relevant to our current moment. Connecting Australia’s outback as a signifier of national identity with American stereotypes of outsiders, and hidden histories, the exhibition touches on selfhood, the human body, and questions of political urgency. 

Art Gallery of NSW