As New. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Offered here in VERY FINE condition is Richard Prince’s “4 x 4,” published in 1997 by Korinsha press. This is a softcover volume with pictorial wraps and no dust jacket, as issued. An interview of Prince by Larry Clark, the photographer and filmmaker, also appears in this book. Prince’s “4 X 4” contains 88 reproductions in its 108 pages; it measures 7.75 x 11.75 inches. This is the rare Korinsha Press Japanese First Edition. American painter and photographer Richard Prince has been producing pop culture-inspired art for more than thirty years, and this latest book, “4 X 4,” brings together in one volume a survey of his varied creations. Known especially for mixed media collage works combining photography, painting, and other media, his earliest works generated a great deal of controversy (not to mention lawsuits). By re-photographing and reusing photographs that appeared in newspapers and those of other photographers, he sought to reexamine these original images and comment on their status as icons of advertising, glamour, and fact. His “Untitled (Cowboy)” was a re-photograph of several cigarette advertisements, and may be his best known work, fetching more than $1 million at a Christie’s auction.