David Gamble, ‘Andy Warhol’s Wig and Glasses in N.Y House’, 1987, Watermill Center Summer Benefit Auction 2016

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