At the tail end of the perfect weather last week, a new Richard Prince exhibition, Richard Prince: The Tiffany Paintings arrived at the Gagosian Gallery uptown. The opening of the show, which includes recent large-scale paintings and newsprint collages, was celebrated at a rooftop cocktail party adjacent to the galleries this past Friday night. As the night wore on, an endearing group of Prince enthusiasts gathered near the elevator, as if he were the pop star, waiting for him to arrive and sign various types of memorabilia. Stanley Light is owner of Dallas' Light & Sie Gallery, which he claims is one of the best in the Lonestar state. "It's like New York has landed in Dallas," he told me. His main accessory of the evening was a limited edition Richard Prince Louis Vuitton bag in bright red plastic. An autograph enthusiast from a young age, Light was hopeful that the artist would grant his request for a signature on the bag. "I think that autographs are a version of a piece of art," he explained. "I could only imagine what it would be like to have my piece of art by Louis Vuitton signed by Richard Prince. It would be like three pieces in one."