Andy Warhol was one of the American artists most influenced by the legacy and model of Salvador Dalí — a natural fit for the Dalí Museum, which pays tribute to the icon, who in the 1950s-70s, was seen out and about with the surrealist in the New York art scene — when Warhol was at the peak of his fame. Both artists found relevance in pop culture and incorporated images in everyday media into their works. The Dalí's Warhol exhibit celebrates this simpatico mindset with more than 30 paintings, 20 drawings, 50 photographs and a selection of Warhol films, including screen tests. In fact, A simulated Warhol screen-test will be set up to film visitors as they sit in front of the camera for about a minute. The installation harks back to Warhol's Factory days, and visitors will be able to capture, save, and share their video online.