Sunday, November 8, 2009

Tim Burton Exhibition in MOMA



above: Untitled (The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories), 1982–1984


above: Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (2005)

above: Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (2005)

EXHIBITION SUBMISSION ADMISSION
tim burton y'all. alright here's the deal, my man tim burton who is kinda entirely responsible for the spiked with lime greatness that is beetlejuice, edward scissorhands, charlie and the chocolate factory and his most recent dent- alice in wonderland has finally let you in, much like willy wonka himself, into the crazy innerworkings of the circus that is his brain.  no golden ticket necessary, just remember this date and show up- an exhibition opens on november 22nd in the MOMA. pretty sure it will run until April 2010..so you have yourself about 5 months or so, to show your face at his retrospective.  featured will be everything from doodles, props, movie stills, to puppets. puppets... i mean c'mon guys.

14 comments:

  1. I love Tim Burton. He has such a unique imagination.

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  2. Huge Tim Burton Fan! I wish I was in NYC to see it but I see it is running till APRIL so maybe:)
    So looking forward till Alice In Wonderland comes out. We did a few tributes to Tim on our blog.

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  3. OMG THAT IS AMAZINGG!!! i wish i could go :(
    TIM BURTON=GENIUS

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  4. Oh my sister would love this... but alas we can't go either. Tim burton looks as he does in my imagination. That neevr happens!

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  6. i wish I could go!...me and a friend were discussing going to new york for her 21st, hmmmm

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  7. how have a missed out on this! tim burton is brilliant.
    - annabelle

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  8. I think this is really cool, I ♥ Tim Burton.

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  9. I'm so excited about this...I'm going to try to make a special trip to New York to see this!

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