When: 31/03/16 - 29/05/16: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Where: Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, 4-1-1 Miyoshi
Over the last three decades, the prolific studio Pixar has released some of the most monumental animated films. One of the fundamental reasons audiences have been emotionally captivated by their classics, “Toy Story,” “Wall-E,” “The Incredibles,” “Finding Nemo,” “Monsters Inc.,” and, more recently, “Inside Out” and “The Good Dinosaur,” are the distinct and memorable characters.
It can sometimes take as many as 10 years to produce one film. This exhibition highlights the steps to creating their masterpieces, from the drawing board to the sculpting and photography. Take a comprehensive look at the care and detail put into each one, and recall the awe of seeing “Toy Story” for the first time, years and years ago.
Pixar: 30 Years of Animation
How much: ¥1,500
More info: http://pxr30.jp/english/
Image: Bob Pauley, Woody and Buzz, Toy Story, 1995, Reproduction of marker and pencil on paper ©Disney/Pixar