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Art Gallery: Tim Burton, MoMA, New York

Art Gallery: Tim Burton, MoMA, New York

Some highlights of this unmissable show

The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and other stories (1998), pen and ink, watercolour on paper Tim Burton
To accompany our review of the spectacular and extensive exhibition dedicated to Tim Burton at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, we present a tiny selection of the 700-plus works on display there until 26 April 2010. Click on any of the images below to open the full view.

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