We are committed to contributing research and scholarship about Warhol’s life and art and providing resources for scholars.
The Warhol archives is the greatest single collection of materials related to Warhol and his practice. The Archives Study Center is a rich resource for academic scholars, filmmakers, journalists, artists, curators, and commercial galleries.
We create digital and print publications that honor art and artists; celebrate scholarly inquiry; and challenge, entertain, and delight.
Our curatorial team is devoted to developing traveling exhibitions with robust original research, digging into the museum’s archives and art collections. These exhibitions are available to rent for display at museums around the world.
We commission touring performance and film projects that recontextualize Warhol’s work in ways that resonate with contemporary culture.
The Warhol’s Conservation Lab on the museum’s underground level provides visitors a behind-the-scenes look at museum conservation. Visiting conservators and museum staff can be seen through the large, glass windows mending and maintaining works of art and archival items from the museum’s collection.
Film and Video Gallery
Our film and video gallery is always on view on the museum’s fourth floor. It allows visitors and researchers alike to explore a large selection of Warhol’s film and video output, including feature films like The Chelsea Girls and television appearances on Saturday Night Live.
Rights and Reproduction
For information about reproducing the images of the museum’s collection found on this website, as well as copyright permissions around Warhol’s film and video, please contact rights and reproduction and photo services at email@example.com.
Inquiries about the copyright permissions around Warhol’s paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, and sculptures should be directed to Artist Rights Society.