Between 1964 and 1966, during Andy Warhol's frenetic early filmmaking phase, he produced almost 500 brief motion-picture portraits, or screen tests. Shot on silent black-and-white 16mm, each captures the face of a single Factory visitor as she or he is asked to sit still for the roll's three-minute run—certainly not easy in those amphetamine-addled days. Since 1997, MOMA has restored about half of these mini-movies; 28 will be displayed in a... More >>>