The Tim Burton show at LACMA

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The Tim Burton show at LACMA

We went to LACMA to see the Tim Burton show before it left; the show was interesting, but packed – we had to wait 1 1/2 hours to go in, and even then it was hard to get close to objects. There were two rooms dedicated to film props and drawings, and then a few more rooms containing older drawings and paintings (and Tim Burton’s winning poster for Burbank trash trucks). Because we’re members we got a free show catalog….

Of course we walked around the collection – most notable for me was the wooden bust of a woman from Holland in the 1400s. Ai Weiwei (also at artsy.net) had up a zodiac of cast metal heads outside of the galleries – arranged in a circle and on metal pillars, they were quite spectacular.

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