The sign outside his exhibit during the first week of it being open
If you've seen any of Tim Burton's movies, most recently 3-D version of Alice in Wonderland, you know that that guy has a distinct aesthetic persona - a whole web of crazies in his imagination that he's not afraid to share with the rest of us straight-edgers.
Well, in similar form, The MOMA in NY has been boasting a timely career retrospective on the director of now classics like Beetlejuice, Batman, Edward Scissorhands, and Batman Returns.
The Burton exhibit includes a gallery exhibition of his sculptures and other art - as well as a film series. But the reason we are telling you this is because THE EXHIBIT CLOSES MONDAY, APRIL 26th!!
So hustle there, New Yorkers. Don't be square!
Happy weekend :)
(Pictures by Paul Birman)