REVISITING Andy Warhol’s silver painted, East 47th street New York studio The Factory, the ICA are set to run three of the iconic pop artist’s original films this weekend.
Restored by The Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art the three films (Chelsea Girls, Vinyl and Sleep) present an introduction to the prolific body of the 600 films and 2500 videos Warhol made in his lifetime.
With a soundtrack including The Kinks and The Rolling Stones and appearances from iconic sixties figures as Edie Sedgwick, Brigid Berlin, and Ingrid Superstar these Art House classics are not to be missed.
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