Tim Burton Exhibition Is Coming To KL For The First Time Ever This March

The exhibition will feature life-size sculptures, paintings, and more from his movies.

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Fans of Tim Burton, the director behind Netflix's latest series, Wednesday, will be happy to know that the filmmaker is bringing one of his exhibitions to Kuala Lumpur this March

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The World of Tim Burton exhibit, which is visiting Southeast Asia for the first time, will be set up at Pavilion Bukit Jalil on 21 March and will run until 30 July.

Having premiered in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York back in 2009, the art exhibit attracted over 800,000 visitors, making it the third highest-attended exhibition in MoMA's history.

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Image via Tim Burton

Now making a debut in Malaysia, the exhibition will feature around 540 works, including signature pieces from the Tim Burton retrospective as well as over 150 new works not seen in the MoMA exhibition tour

This is your chance to enter the mind of Tim Burton, who is known for movies such as Corpse Bride, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, Edward Scissorhands, Batman (1989), Beetlejuice, and more.

Divided into 10 thematic sections, Malaysians can expect to see sketches, paintings, drawings, photographs, maquettes, and puppets Tim Burton used for his film works, as well as life-sized sculptures categorised according to his five-decade career.

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The exhibit is organised by Toybox Projects in partnership with Eurasian Entertainment Consultants Ltd and KOL Nation.

Aside from KL, the World of Tim Burton tour will also be stopping by Seoul, South Korea; Prague, Czech Republic; Tokyo, Japan; Brühl, Germany; São Paulo, Brazil; Hong Kong; and Mexico City, Mexico.

Ticket prices are below:

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You will be able to purchase your tickets on KOL Nation and TicketCharge from 11 January onwards, as well as at the exhibition venue. More information to follow.

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Here's a sneak peek at the exhibit that took place in Seoul:

The 'Van Gogh Alive' exhibit is currently ongoing until March:

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