Andy Warhol Museum

117 Sandusky St, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

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South Hills native and CMU graduate Andy Warhol made his mark on the New York art scene in the mid to late 20th century. The Warhol museum now has the most extensive collection of his work, including 273 films and over 4000 works of art in various media. There are also archives available for research if you are into art history. The museum is operated as one of the four Carnegie Museums in Pittsburgh.

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