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Tim Burton - Museum of Modern Art

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Tim Burton has certainly left his mark on popular culture. But art?

If you haven't thought of the director belonging on the same walls that house Picasso, Van Gogh, Warhol, think again.

Exploring the full range of his creative work - from film to painting to puppets to costumes - the Museum of Modern Art takes a look at the artist's unique vision and undeniable influence in "Tim Burton."

From screenings of his now-classic films, including "Edward Scissorhands" (January 23), "Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas" (February 20) and "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure" (March 27) to never-before-seen prints and photographs, as well as famous cinematic ephemera from films like "Beetlejuice," it's a unique, fascinating, and fun celebration of Burton.

Going? Take note - gallery occupancy is limited, so timed tickets to enter "Tim Burton" are recommended on weekdays and required on all weekends and holidays. You can purchase timed tickets online here. The tickets also get you into the Museum's other galleries, exhibitions and films. So after you've done Burton, check out some of those other big names on the MoMA's walls, too.
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Why? If you don't go, once this exhibition closes, it'll forever be the one you let get away
When: Now through April 26, 2010
Where: 11 West 53rd St. between Fifth and Sixth avenues
Cost: Adults $20; Children 16 and under free; Seniors 65 and older (with ID) $16; Students (full time with ID) $12
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