Tim Burton is known for his horror fantasy movies crafted with artistic distinction and gothic elements. Fans of the renowned director and producer will get to experience his signature style through an immersive exhibition that will take place this fall.
The showcase will commence at the Espacio Ibercaja Delicias in Madrid, Spain on September 29. Entitled Tim Burton’s Labyrinth, the exhibition will explore the filmmaker’s diverse works of art. The displays will range from animations to sculptures and artworks. Tickets for the show are now up for sale.
Burton has created iconic characters from popular horror films such as Edward Scissorhands, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, and Beetlejuice. His other works include The Nightmare Before Christmas, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Alice in Wonderland.
Known as German Expressionism, Burton’s aesthetic and way of storytelling is one of the modern art movements that fans and general viewers will witness in the upcoming exhibit. One may even brand the style as Burtonesque.
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The council of the city of Madrid said that Burton is a “world-renowned artist of stature” and that his influence in the field of filmmaking will “strengthen the image of Madrid.”
Andrea Levy, Madrid’s Culture Councilor, said via The Olive Press, “After a life of overflowing creativity, Burton will arrive to exhibit his visual work in Madrid: an equally creative city, world capital of art, which is his first passion.”
The filmmaker’s unique style and vision have earned him loyal fans, and in the span of his successful career, Tim Burton has become a household name in the movie industry. The said exhibition will bring to life the haunting yet beautiful gothic world inside his mind.
His latest project, Wednesday, is an upcoming Netflix series that is closely related to The Addams Family series. It will focus on Wednesday Addams, in her teenage years, as she navigates life while solving a mystery puzzle from her family’s past.