Exhibit to See: “Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures”

Currently on display through March 21, Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures is being projected in a gallery setting for visitors at the MoMA-The Museum of Modern Art. This selection of silent films, some considered among his most daring & experimental, include “Eat”, “Kiss” & “Screen Tests”, which reveal his obsession & fascination with the cult of the “celebrity”.

These non-narrative, silent, and black-and-white films were shot between 1963 & 1966, though, it will be viewed at 16 frames per second, a style dating back to the films of the early 1900’s.

If you are a Warhol fan, this is definitely an exhibit that you don’t want to miss- it’s only a short walk (or very short cab ride) away! For more information or for viewing hours, call (212) 708-9400 or visit Moma.org.

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