In 1987, multidisciplinary artist David Gamble was contacted by Andy Warhol’s manager Fred Hughes, as well as the Warhol Foundation, for a once in a lifetime opportunity. Warhol had just passed days earlier, and Sotheby’s was planning an auction of his vast estate. Gamble was given access to shoot throughout Warhol’s untouched 66th Street NYC apartment in a call to action originally intended to document the late artist’s belongings that were to be auctioned. This undertaking soon took on a life of its own as Gamble began to document the personal artifacts that left behind relatable traces of the otherwise...
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