Richard Prince is one of America's most acclaimed contemporary photographers and painters. His works, such as Untitled (Cowboy) have put him in great demand, but his quiet demeanor mean that glimpses into his personal methods can be few and far between.
The video below may remedy all that, offering an insightful look at the master at work and in his daily life. Prince's studio at the time of filming was in a remote part of upstate New York, and though Prince now works in New York City again, the interview serves to document that segment of his career.
In the video, Prince talks about his work process and environment. Prince isn't chained to one medium, but rather lets the subject dictate the material.
Check out what the artist has to say about his work in his own words below.