Design Museum, 224-238 Kensington High Street, Kensington, London W8 6AG
Until 15 September 2019
Curated by the London museum’s director Deyan Sudjic, this exhibition about one of the best-known and most influential film directors of the 20th century focuses on his meticulous approach to set design for his movies.
Bringing together more than 700 objects, letters, interviews and rare photographs, the exhibition is the first of its kind and explores Kubrick’s relationship with London where he set and filmed a number of films including Clockwork Orange.
Any Londoners out there who have seen this please report!
Too bad I do not live anywhere close to London
I did get to see “The David Bowman Room” at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum last year. I had to wear little booties to avoid my shoes damaging the floor.
Big Kubrick fan. Have a friend who is an even one who would probably fly to London just to see it.
What with this and a Cindy Sherman show on at the National Portrait Gallery it looks like I need a weekend in London.
Really not sure which I’d like to see first.
mrs. navarro and i will be in london heathrow twice this month outbound and returning from our trip to africa but the layover is only 3.5 hours each way. despite being only 15 minutes from heathrow, we’d have only enough time to go to the museum, pay for the admission, and then go back to the airport.
My god, it’s full of stars
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