The Tim Burton LACMA retrospective is a detailed look back at one of history's highest grossing and most respected directors.
The Tim Burton LACMA retrospective features a collection of over 700 illustrations, paintings, movie works, storyboards, puppets, costumes and other assorted goodies. The majority of these works are from Tim Burton's personal collection and classify as required viewing for any true Tim Burton fan or film historian.
Burton's storied career started in 1982 and 30 years later, he has established himself as one of history's most distinctive and accomplished filmmakers. Some of his classics include (my personal favorite) Beetlejuice, Alice in Wonderland, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Batman, Edward Scissorhands, Planet of the Apes and Sweeney Todd.
The Tim Burton LACMA retrospective runs from May 29 to October 31, 2011.
The Tim Burton LACMA Exhibit Looks Back at a Storied Career
1. Film Director Retrospectives - Opportunity to showcase the careers of iconic film directors and their impact on the industry.
2. Visual Art Exhibits - Creating immersive exhibitions that bring together various forms of visual art to provide a unique and engaging experience for visitors.
3. Historical and Cultural Exhibitions - Highlighting the work of influential figures in history and culture through curated retrospectives and exhibitions.
1. Film and Entertainment - Exploring new ways to celebrate and appreciate the work of famous film directors, offering opportunities for collaboration and cross-promotion.
2. Museums and Galleries - The development of innovative exhibitions and displays to attract and engage visitors, fostering a deeper appreciation for art and culture.
3. Event Management - Creating unique and memorable experiences for attendees through the curation of thematic exhibitions and retrospectives.