Puppets, drawings, paintings, photographs, storyboards, costumes and screenings: MoMA celebrates Tim Burton with more than seven hundred works.
The exhibition explores the full range of his creative path, from early childhood artwork, revealing that Burton's dark, quirky, Pop-surrealist themes in film carry over to his rarely-seen drawings as well, all personal marks of the man's distinctive viewpoint.
A custom 2010 weekly planner was published by Moleskine in a limited run and given out to guests during the opening events. The book features Tim Burton's signature and the MoMA logo embossed on the cover and a unique paperband with the names of several of the director's films.
The retrospective will be at MoMA until April 26th.
This MoMA collaboration is part of the Moleskine Special Projects, to which a new section of our website is now dedicated.