Andy Warhol’s Wig, Glasses, and Watch

East 66th St NYC 1987

​​Pictured: Andy Warhol’s Wig, Glasses, and Watch photographed in his New York City apartment.

​Soon after Warhol’s death photographer David Gamble was permitted access to Warhol’s East 66th street House, Factory and Warehouse. There, he captured the placement of Warhol’s belongings as the artist had lived with them over the years. Rather than simply documenting the space, Gamble’s careful still-lifes capture the humanity and fierce individuality of the artist. ​

The wig series consists of four images representing Warhol’s beliefs in Life and Death. The two statuettes of Rameses and Isis, the god’s of external existence and the god of money, and the watch representing material possession and Time. Each image is slightly different in content.

Available size options with and without framing are below;

  • Paper ​24" x 20" - Edition size: 10
  • Aluminum - 24" x 20" - Edition size: 10
  • Aluminum - 48" x 40" - Edition size: 5

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