We are the global resource for Warhol artworks and archival materials, and you’ll always see something different each time you visit the museum.
The museum’s art collection includes 900 paintings; approximately 100 sculptures; nearly 2,000 works on paper; more than 1,000 published and unique prints; 4,000 photographs; 60 feature films; 200 Screen Tests; and more than 4,000 videos. The collection also features Warhol wallpaper and books.
Some of the most notable artworks include 1960s pop art paintings of consumer products, including Campbell’s Soup Cans and Coke, and celebrities portraits of stars like Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, and Elvis Presley; 1960s series, such as Death and Disaster, Mao, and abstract Oxidations; and works from the 1980s, including The Last Supper and collaborative paintings made with younger artists, such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Francesco Clemente.
Drawings made by Warhol’s mother, Julia Warhola, are also included in the art collection.
Seven floors and the underground
The museum’s collection includes works from the artist’s entire artistic output—from 1940s student work to 1980s collaborations. Our seven-story museum devotes four floors to showcasing an ever-changing selection of Warhol’s artwork, as well as features a permanent film and video gallery for viewing individual Warhol films and videos. One floor is devoted to the museum’s archives collection, and another is reserved for rotating exhibitions of deep dives into the museum’s collection or showcasing contemporary artists that resonate with Warhol. The ground floor continuously shows Fifteen Minutes Eternal, a twenty-minute introductory film, and the underground includes The Factory education studio and the museum’s conservation lab.