Old friends and veterans of Manhattan's late 70s downtown scene, writer and editor Glenn O'Brien and artist and collector Richard Prince share a love of the surface flotsam of American life--"we are both PhDs in American shtick," as O'Brien puts it. This beautifully bound, slip-cased volume marks their first collaboration, setting O'Brien's sparse verse alongside Prince's equally reduced black blobs in a mutual vocabulary of simplicity and humor of gesture. This limited edition of Human Nature comes with a print by Prince and is signed by Prince and O'Brien.
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Glenn O'Brien was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He was editor and art director of "Andy Warhol's Interview" from 1970 to 1973, wrote the column "Glenn O'Brien's Beat" for "Interview" from 1978 to 1990. He has also worked as editor for "Rolling Stone", and "Spin" and has contributed to numerous magazines. O'Brien wrote the play "Lotto," which was performed at La Mama in 1989. He has created award winning advertising for Barneys New York and Calvin Klein and collaborated on two books with Madonna, "Sex", and "The Girlie Show". O'Brien produced and wrote the film "Downtown 81" with Jean Michel Basquiat which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival 2000 and will be realeased in April 2001. His books include "Soapbox: Essays, Diatribes, Homilies and Screeds" (Imschoot, 1998) and "The Style Guy" (Ballantine, 2000). Critic Dave Hickey has compared O'Brien's writing to the work of Barthelme. His poetry has appeared in publications including "Aperture", "Art Forum", "Bomb", "Changes", "Cornerhouse", "Details", "Interview", "The New York Herald", "Purple", "Spin", and "Zing" and he has performed it in a host of venues from Nuyorican Poetry Café and the St. Marks Poetry Project to the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art. O'Brien's collaborations include stand up comedy with David Johansen, two books with Madonna, and a film with Jean Michel Basquiat. He currently lives and works in Bridgehampton and New York City. Richard Prince was born in 1949 in the Panama Canal Zone. He has had more than 50 solo exhibitions since 1980 at venues including the Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York; Parco, Tokyo; The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Museum Boijmans-Van Beunigen, Rotterdam; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. His books include "Why I go to the Movies Alone," "Wild History," "Inside World" (Thea Westreich, 1989), "Adult Comedy Action Drama" and "4 x 4". Prince currently lives and works in New York.
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Description du livre Los Angeles, Greybull Press, 2001, 2001. Los Angeles, Greybull Press, 2001. Cloth-covered boards with letterpress (hardcover), 24,5 x 18,3 cms., 106, (6) pp. illustrated by Richard Prince, housed in illustrated cardboard box. First Edition. From a special limited edition of 250 casebound copies signed by the author on title-page, including a silkscreen print signed by Richard Prince. N° de réf. du libraire 20472