Andy Warhol’s Medicine Cabinet

East 66th Street NYC 1987

6×7 Format Film

A print of this image of Warhol’s medicine cabinet, filled with prescription drugs and personal hygiene products, was included in the 2012 exhibition ‘Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. There is another print in the collection of The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.

Andy Warhol’s Medicine Cabinet is today an important historical document and artifact in its own right. Carefully composed and impeccably executed, Gamble’s image provides a rare opportunity to piece together fragments of Warhol’s notoriously reserved persona.

Andy Warhol’s Medicine Cabinet has been hailed the most original and intimate portrait of one of the most important artists in the history of art. Proof of its artistic value came in April 2018 as one print of the image almost trebled its original estimated value at a Sotheby’s auction. This demonstrates that Gamble’s photographs are exceptional artworks worthy of the most illustrious collections.

“There is something hypnotic about a stocked medicine cabinet. What a person keeps tells such a story. This David Gamble image of Warhol’s medicine cabinet tells more about that iconoclastic artist- his obsessions, his hoarding, his collecting, his beauty addiction- than any interview ever could.”Pat MCgrath – 2018

Available size options with and without framing are below;

  • Paper 24" x 20" - Edition size: 10
  • Paper 27" x 36" - Edition size: 6
  • Aluminum - 24" x 20" - Edition size: 10
  • Aluminum 48" x 40" - Edition size: 5

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