Pixar Exhibition at MOMA

MoMA.org | Exhibitions | 2005 | Pixar

“In keeping with the Museum’s long tradition of presenting animation, this is the most extensive gallery exhibition that MoMA has ever devoted to the genre. Featuring over 500 works of original art on loan for the first time from Pixar Animation Studios, the show includes paintings, concept art, sculptures, and an array of digital installations. These works reveal the intricate, hands-on processes behind Pixar’s computer-generated films—including Toy Story, A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, and numerous shorts.”

John Lasseter at MoMA (kottke.org)


Finals Times

IDD301A - 9am
IDD301B - 10:30am
IDD250C - 3pm


Interesting Article in the Guardian

The Observer | Review | Politics of the drawing board

"It used to be about objects, but now design embraces objectives. Geraldine Bedell says we could all benefit from this new thinking."