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OBSERVER / Culture

By Nate Freeman and Alanna Martinez 

Opening: “Richard Prince: Fashion” at Nahmad Contemporary In the early 1980s, Richard Prince took on ideas of advertising, beauty, the modeling industry, celebrity and appropriation when he created a series of works that were re-photographs of photographs in magazine ads. And now they’re presented at the Nahmad Contemporary space, which is, like the advertising industry, located on Madison Avenue (though a few dozen blocks North). Go see them with all the pretty people who are destined to attend the opening. —N.F.

Nahmad Contemporary, 980 Madison Avenue, New York, 6-8 p.m.