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Nestled between Manhattan's Meatpacking District and the West Village, Industria Superstudio is a photographic complex and event space known for its unique industrial character. The renowned Italian photographer Fabrizio Ferri founded Industria in 1991, and the facility includes two spacious buildings with a total of seven studios and an art gallery. The venue features exposed brick walls, large windows and skylights, ground floor access and drive-in entryways for six of its seven studios. Multiple studios or entire floors can be combined to accommodate large events.