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We are committed to contributing research and scholarship about Warhol’s life and art and providing resources for scholars.

Conservation Lab

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.

Conservationists work to preserve pieces. A woman in a beige skirt and black cardigan bends over a table in the center of the image, arranging colorful prints. In the background, a man with curly black hair and a denim shirt works at another table.

Photo by Dean Kaufman

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.

Visitors wearing headphones interact with devices housing Andy Warhol’s film and video works lining the walls of a room with black walls. A visitor watches a video that is projected on the back wall of the room.

Photo by Dean Kaufman

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

Inquiries about the copyright permissions around Warhol’s paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, and sculptures should be directed to Artist Rights Society.