Tim Burton at MoMA NYC

Tim Burton has an almost endless imagination. From Edward ScissorhandsCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryCorpse Bride and the Nightmare Before Christmas, he continuously amazes us with his limitless imagination and creative ability. Whether you’re a fan or know little about his visual genius, you’re in luck because from November 22, 2009 to April 26, 2010 the Film Library at the MOMA in New York will be hosting an exhibit honoring his work.

The exhibition includes a wide range of Tim’s work. In it you’ll find work ranging from his film series to art dating back to his adolescence. They’re all available for viewing. So if you’re in NYC, delve into the imagination and creative process of one of America’s most unique cinematic artists. It’s one not to miss. {via}