21 November 2009

Exhibition: Tim Burton at MOMA

The Times has recently reviewed a new exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): a retrospective of Tim Burton's work encompassing drawings, short films, and other creative product that the filmmaker/artist has composed during his adolescence, collegiate experience, employ at Disney, and ever after. While the reviewer Ken Johnson seems to believe that the show as a whole borders on the plane of boring redundancy for the unrelenting consistency of Mr. Burton's signature style, Mr. Johnson is also not hesitant to admit that the show is at the same time a must-see exhibition for any seriously adherent to the self-proclaimed misfit artist's work.

The exhibition opens officially tomorrow (22 November 2009) at the Museum and will close in the Spring, on 26 April 2010, after a five-month run.

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