LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and a Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will benefaction “Stanley Kubrick,” a initial U.S. retrospective of a work of a executive of such classical films as “A Clockwork Orange,” “Barry Lyndon” and “2001: A Space Odyssey.”
The exhibition, grown in partnership with a Kubrick Estate and a Deutsches Filmmuseum in Frankfurt, is scheduled for Nov 1, 2012 to Jun 30, 2013, during LACMA.
In further to a film retrospective set for Nov during LACMA’s Bing Theater, a muster will embody Kubrick’s early photographs for Look magazine, taken in a 1940s, annotated scripts, costumes, cameras, set models, props and graduation material.
The muster was final seen in 2011 during La Cinematheque Francaise in Paris.
“By featuring this mythological filmmaker and his oeuvre in his initial retrospective within a context of an art museum, ‘Stanley Kubrick’ will reevaluate how we conclude a artist in a twenty-first century, and concurrently enhance on LACMA’s joining to exploring a intersection of art and film,” LACMA arch Michael Govan pronounced in a statement.
“Stanley Kubrick represents a ideal event to combine with LACMA on a display of film in a museum setting,” Academy CEO Dawn Hudson said. “It is a ambience of things to come when we open a Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in a ancestral Wilshire May Company building on a LACMA campus.”
Funding for a muster came from LACMA keeper Steve Tisch, a film and radio writer who assimilated a LACMA house in 2010. Tisch is also a remarkable art gourmet who owns works by such artists as David Hockney, John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha and Robert Mapplethorpe.R Soft Web Hosting