New York: Barbara Gladstone Gallery, 2002. First Edition. Quarto. Essay by Neville Wakefield. Published on the occasion of Prince's exhibition at Barbara Gladstone Gallery, May 11- June 21, 2002, NYC. The photographs of downtrodden upstate New York with its grain silos, overgrown lawns and abandoned basketball hoops, juxtaposed with images of Prince's paintings and stacks of his own book collection is almost too much to handle; the shadowy image at the gas station of the 69 Chevy Malibu filling up in 1995 at just over a dollar a gallon, the top of the price loped off by the camera, announces this book as a paean to our distracted age of overconsumption. Prince's preapocalypic manifesto of a teetering culture is as much an anthropological dialectic as it is an artist's book. Faint scratching to the covers, else near fine in wrappers with elongated flaps.