Stop being such an uncultured swine.
The Stanley Kubrick exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is up until June 30. But in the case that business or please won't be bringing you to fair L.A., you can see lots of the exhibit online via the web site Minimally Minimal. From movie posters to props like the bowler hat and cane from A Clockwork Orange to Kubrick's directors chair, it's almost as good as being at the actual LACMA.
Given the creepy nature of Kubrick's work (and overall demeanor — I mean, look at that mug!), Stanley Kubrick is an inherently creepy exhibit. Funny how that works, huh? The Jim Henson exhibit at the Museum Of The Moving Image in Queens, New York, was filled with puppets and still managed to not be as creepy as the pinafore dresses worn by the two little girls in The Shining.
Anyway, take a peek ...
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