The photography of three American visionaries is combined at London’s Photographers’ Gallery. Filmmaker David Lynch’s suitably enigmatic, brooding images of derelict factories echo his haunting cinematic style. Andy Warhol’s photographs came late in his career, when the artist was taking up to 36 frames a day on 35mm black-and-white film of subjects such as street scenes, cityscapes and celebrity parties. His interest in serial and repeated imagery also comes through in grid-like or ‘stitched’ works. The images by Beat author William Burroughs, meanwhile, offer new insights into the writer’s creative processes.