Film and Video
Director of Film and Video, The Andy Warhol Museum
Areas of focus: Andy Warhol’s film, video, television, and audio work; experimental and ephemeral films
Greg Pierce has worked in the museum’s Film and Video Department since April 1994. He graduated from Point Park College with a B.A. in film production and has worked as an instructor, projectionist, assistant operations manager, and technical coordinator at Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Chicago Filmmakers and the Carnegie Museum of Art. At The Warhol Pierce curated Neke Carson: Eyeball Portraits and Beyond + Neke Paints Andy ’72 in 2008, co-curated SuperTrash with Jacques Boyreau in 2009, and I Just Want to Watch: Andy Warhol’s Film, Video, and Television with Geralyn Huxley in 2010. He designed the museum’s Screen Test Machine which has been in use since 2012. His writing on Warhol has appeared in exhibition catalogues for the Stedelijk Museum’s Other Voices, Other Rooms and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ Warhol Live and most recently in the publication Andy Warhol’s The Chelsea Girls of which he is co-editor. He is the custodian of The Orgone Archive (previously Orgone Cinema), a proudly fringe, regional motion picture archive and screening group based in Pittsburgh that he co-founded in 1993.
To schedule an interview, email Charlene Bidula or call her at 412.237.8351.
Image: Abby Warhola