I might need to take another trip to the Museum of Modern Art. Tim Burton, the magical director and all around creative genius, has been given a retrospective of his work. Drawings, sketches, paintings, and even yes…all of his films. It would take more than a day to experience all of the works. That’s how prolific this creative wonder has been and still is.

One of my favorite Tim Burton projects is the oft looked over The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories. I tend to give it out to friends who I think would appreciate it’s dark humor and weird subject matter but I am now thinking everyone should enjoy it and much more of Tim Burton.

Here is a little preview of what you could see.

“Tim Burton” will show from Nov. 22, 2009 - Apr. 26, 2010. Should be plenty of time to arrange a flight.


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