[Upcoming Event] The World of Tim Burton in Kuala Lumpur (蒂姆伯顿 (Tim Burton) <蒂姆伯顿的异想世界> (The World of Tim Burton) 东南亚首展) (Dual Language Post) - WLJack.com 华龙分享网站 (Official Variety Website)

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[Upcoming Event] The World of Tim Burton in Kuala Lumpur (蒂姆伯顿 (Tim Burton) <蒂姆伯顿的异想世界> (The World of Tim Burton) 东南亚首展) (Dual Language Post)

 [Upcoming Event] The World of Tim Burton in Kuala Lumpur

 


• From 21st March 2023 to 30th July 2023, at Pavilion Bukit Jalil in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

• The exhibition is held to shed light on Tim Burton's most original art world full of imagination and fantasy. 

• The mesmerising world tour exhibition of Tim Burton makes its debut in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for the first time in South East Asia.

 

The Exhibition's Introduction

The World of Tim Burton, organised by Toybox Projects Sdn Bhd in collaboration with partners Eurasian Entertainment Consultants Ltd and KOL Nation Sdn Bhd and supported by venue partner Pavilion Bukit Jalil, focuses on the distinct characters and worlds that could only come from Tim Burton's singular imagination.

 

The World of Tim Burton, with approximately 540 works—including signature pieces from the Tim Burton retrospective as well as over 150 new works not seen in the MoMA exhibition tour—allows new audiences to experience Burton's art in person for the first time while also providing familiar visitors with an in-depth look further into his sensibility.

 


The premiere of Burton's art exhibition in New York was the third most-attended exhibition in MoMA's history, with over 800,000 visitors. This sparked the creation of The World of Tim Burton, a re-imagined exhibition inspired by MoMA's success and designed specifically for global touring. The Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul, Korea; City Gallery Prague: The Stone Bell in the Czech Republic; the Mori Arts Center Gallery in Tokyo, Japan; the Max Ernst Museum in Brühl, Germany; the Museum of Image and Sound in So Paulo, Brazil; ArtisTree Gallery in Hong Kong; and Museo Franz Mayer in Mexico City, Mexico have all hosted The World of Tim Burton tour stops.

 

The exhibition includes sketches, paintings, drawings, photographs, maquettes and puppets used for his film works, and life-sized sculptures from Tim Burton's early years to his most recent project. Along with the artist's signature figure of Balloon Boy at the exhibition's entrance, there are numerous, remarkable sculptures that were specially designed for the exhibition.

 


The World of Tim Burton Exhibition tickets will be available for the following prices on the websites of ticketing agents KOL NaCon and Ticketcharge beginning 11 January 2023, and at the exhibition venue beginning 21 March 2023.

 

Ticket Category

Price (RM)

Early Bird Price (RM) Limited Tickets

Adult

88

68

Children (Below 5 years old)

Free

Free

Children (6-12 years old)

68

48

Student

68

48

Senior Citizen (60 years old and above)

68

48

Person with Disability

48

28


There will be bundle packages for families and groups, VIP packages with additional benefits, and season passes for fans to enjoy Tim Burton's original works throughout the exhibition period. More details will be released soon.

 

Tim Burton's World Exhibition - Kuala Lumpur Website for more information: www.toyboxprojects.com/timburton

 

Please register for updates at the following link: https://kol-nation.com/timburton/

 

Artist Statement

Tim Burton is widely regarded as one of the most inventive artists and filmmakers capable of achieving the most fantastic visual effects. Tim Burton, born in Burbank, California, in 1958, studied at CalArts to become a pioneer in a new dreamy, grotesque, and beautiful cinematic genre. Beetlejuice (1988), Edward Scissorhands (1990), Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Big Fish (2003), Corpse Bride (2005), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007), Alice in Wonderland (2010), Dumbo (2019), and Wednesday, currently the No. 1 TV show on Netflix worldwide.

 

He developed a unique artistic style known as "Burtonesque," and while he is best known as a filmmaker, Tim Burton is also a talented artist who works in fine art, photography, and sculpture.

 

The Exhibition's Composition

The World of Tim Burton divides Tim Burton's five-decade career into ten thematic sections. Each section includes paintings, drawings, photographs and videos, media arts, and so on.

 

In this exhibition, the audience will be given a special sneak peek into the current projects in progress via an exact replica of Tim Burton's personal studio where he actually works.

 

Section 1: INFLUENCES

Tim Burton's versatility and range, as well as the influence of his predecessors, are on display in this section, which contains the exhibition's earliest works. Burton's early drawings pay homage to classic cartoonists and illustrators such as Edward Gorey, Charles Addams, Don Martin, and Theodore Geisel (Dr. Seuss). Burton's class notes and sketches from his time at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) shed light on his formal education.

 

These works show significant influences from Japanese kaiju (monster) films, Expressionist Cinema, Universal Studios' horror catalogue, stop-motion animator master Ray Harryhausen, and suspense maestro Vincent Price.

 

Section 2: HOLIDAYS

Tim Burton's upbringing in Burbank, California, a homogeneous suburban neighbourhood that came alive only during the holiday seasons, inspired this prominent theme. This early influence, which represents a creative respite from dull monotony, can be seen throughout his work—in the form of sincere appreciation as well as a satirical wink. His illustrated poem collection The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories (1997) and Tim Burton's stop-motion animated musical The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), in which Halloween and Christmas are ghoulishly and gleefully linked, are two examples.

 

Section 3: CARNIVALESQUE

Tim Burton's films range from Beetlejuice (1988) and Batman (1989) to Alice in Wonderland (2010) and Dark Shadows (2012), as well as his personal drawings and paintings, all of which feature the theme of the "carnivalesque"—a mix of comedy and the grotesque. These selections demonstrate Burton's treatment of the seemingly opposing genres of horror and comedy.

 

The imagery of twisting tongues, eyeballs popping out of sockets, and poisonous clowns alludes to this dichotomous theme, which is often accompanied by deadpan wordplay humour.

 

Section 4: FIGURATIVE WORKS

These drawings, paintings, and sculptures, which have nothing to do with Tim Burton's professional projects, are among his most personal works. Through a distortion of perspective and the human figure, Burton depicts physical reality not as it appears, but as it is personally felt. This section includes Burton's studies for Blue Girl with Wine and The Green Man, as well as the final paintings that highlight Burton's signature aesthetic.

 

Section 5: MISUNDERSTOOD OUTCAST

The archetypical—and possibly autobiographical—"misunderstood outcast" is the most recognisable theme in Tim Burton's art and films. From the stop-motion animated short film Vincent (1982) to the Hollywood blockbuster Alice in Wonderland, these sympathetic monsters can be found in a variety of projects (2010). This section contains drawings and the concept maquette for Balloon Boy, a 22-foot site-specific installation commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art for its entrance lobby during the first presentation of the Tim Burton exhibition tour. This unique creation has a sad expression and embodies the characteristics of the artist's beloved outsiders.

 

Section 6: FILM CHARACTERS

This section provides a deeper look into familiar characters and worlds for visitors who are familiar with Tim Burton's films—from his first feature, Pee-Big wee's Adventure (1985), to his most recent, Dumbo (2019). Paintings, videos, script notes, storyboards, puppets, and maquettes demonstrate how film characters evolved from Burton's ideas to the big screen.

 

Section 7: POLAROIDS

Tim Burton created several series of oversized Polaroid prints between 1992 and 1999, using a rare 20 x 24 large-format instant camera. These personal photographs depict visual themes and motifs from his professional films.

 

Section 8: AROUND THE WORLD

The works in this section highlight the spontaneity of Tim Burton's creative process. Drawings in sketchbooks, hotel notepads, and restaurant napkins are manifestations of his restless imagination. The worldwide travels required for a film director's itinerant life—shooting locations, film festivals, publicity tours—provide inspiration and subject matter. Burton's perceptions of the people and places he encounters are reflected in the resulting dream-like imagery of hyper-reality.

 

Section 9: UNREALIZED PROJECTS

Tim Burton's film, television, and book projects that were halted at various stages of development reveal the breadth of his artistic output. Some of these projects never progressed past the ideation stage, whereas others in this section were fully realised but did not include any of Burton's concepts in the final product. The drawings in this section offer a rare glimpse into previously unknown projects that confirm the artist's themes and motifs. They also served as inspiration for Burton's art exhibition's exhibition design.

 

Section 10: THE ARTIST’S STUDIO

Tim Burton is a solitary artist who is constantly drawing, painting, and planning in his studio. For the first time, a section of Tim Burton's studio has been recreated in the exhibition, allowing visitors to see how the artist's passion and artistic spirit come to life. The sketches and drawings on cork boards are from current projects, such as the entrance sculptures for his Seoul exhibition and his new TV series project, Wednesday.

 





蒂姆伯顿 (Tim Burton) <蒂姆伯顿的异想世界> (The World of Tim Burton) 东南亚首展

展会介绍
由 Toybox Projects 主办,Eurasian Entertainment Consultants 及 KOL Nation 协办,Pavilion Bukit Jalil 的全力支持,蒂姆伯顿的异想世界 (The World of Tim Burton) 将专注于独特的人物设计及其异想世界,这些都来自Tim Burton 奇幻的想象力.

本次展览会将展出约540件作品 其中包含150多件未在纽约MoMA展会中亮相的标志性作品 。Tim Burton的异想世界将让新观众有机会亲身体验Tim Burton的艺术,并且对其熟悉的粉丝将更深 入的了解他对艺术的感受。

Tim Burton异想世界展在纽约的首映时吸引了超过 800,000 名到访者,是Moma博物馆历史上参
阅人数第三多的展览。Tim Burton的异想世界巡回展览 包括韩国首尔东大门设计广场, 捷克共
和国的布拉格城市美术馆,日本东京的森艺术中心画廊; 德国的马克斯·恩斯特博物馆,巴西圣 保罗的图像博物馆,香港的Artis Tree画廊等其他地方。目前此展览正于台湾中正纪念堂进行展 出。

展览馆会展出Tim Burton早年至今的众多项目作品,其中包含素描、油画、绘画、照片、模型和木偶等。而在展览会的门口也会特别摆放Tim Burton最出名的作品【气球男孩】的大雕像。

门票:

Ticket Category

Price (RM)

Early Bird Price (RM) Limited Tickets

Adult

88

68

Children (Below 5 years old)

Free

Free

Children (6-12 years old)

68

48

Student

68

48

Senior Citizen (60 years old and above)

68

48

Person with Disability

48

28


早鸟票: 2023年1月11日


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关于 Tim Burton:
Tim Burton 被广泛认为是世界上最具想象力的导演之一,也是一位能够实现最奇幻视觉效果的电影制作人。Tim Burton 是奇幻、古怪和美丽电影类型的先驱,过去三十年的电影作品包括:
甲虫汁(1988),剪刀手爱德华 (1990 ) , Tim Burton的圣诞节前的噩梦 (1993),大鱼
(2003),僵尸新娘 (2005) , 理发师托德 : 舰队街的恶魔理发师(2007),爱丽丝梦游仙境
(2010)、小飞象 (2019) ,Nexflix全球排名第一的电视影集 (Wednesday)也是其得意之作 。 他创造了一种名为“Burtonesque”的艺术风格。同时也是一位广为人知的电影制作人及艺术家,其中包括美术,摄影和雕塑在内的各个艺术领域都有杰出的表现。

展览结构The World of Tim Burton 将Tim Burton 长达50年的职业生涯分为 10 种不同的主题部分。 每个部分由绘画、素描、照片和视频、媒介艺术等组成。

在本次展览中,将通过Tim Burton个人工作室的精确复制品提供给观众参观。


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