Andy Warhol’s studio, called the Factory, was an industrial loft space in midtown Manhattan where his films, videos, paintings, prints, photographs and Interview magazine were produced. The constant stream of visitors to the Factory included art dealers, celebrities, fashion designers and pop stars. ‘It was the hot spot to be in New York’, recalled Warhol’s assistant Billy Name ‘When famous people came to New York, they would be told, you really must go see Andy Warhol’s Factory, it’s a stunning thing’. Nat Finkelstein’s photographs of Factory activities are shown alongside Warhol’s own video footage. Also on display is Andy Warhol’s TV, a weekly half-hour cable television programme featuring a mix of Warhol’s interviews with artists, fashion designers, actors and celebrities.