David Gamble is renowned for his large format film portraits, which are always left un-cropped and un-retouched. Each image is instilled with a narrative within the frame. Andy Warhol’s Wig and Glasses in N.Y House (1987) juxtaposes the late Warhol’s possessions against Ancient Egyptian iconography, creating a still-life entombed within the frame of the solarized print. David Gamble is the co-author of the book Perfidious Man (2000) and has published his photographs in Life Magazine and The New Yorker.
Dimensions: 16 x 12 in (Print); 12 x 10 in (Image).
Please note: An additional framing cost of $350.00 will be applied to the purchase price of the artwork.
Image rights: Courtesy the artist and Gruin Gallery
About David Gamble
British, b. 1953