Bill Murray art exhibition opens in LA

Posted on 23 September 2010
By Martin Higgins
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To commemorate Bill Murray’s 60th year the noble art community of LA have opened a brand new exhibition with 50 works portraying the cult movie star in all his glory.

Murray may very well be absent from our screens for a while, with Get Low already slipping from the cinema billings and Passion Play getting panned by the critics, it is dubious whether it will get released at all.

His only other forthcoming credit on imdb is for Ghostbusters 3 set for release in 2012, yet this venture is still in its early stages and sources close to the project remain tight lipped.

In the meantime, if you need a little Murray fix and are in the vicinity, get to LA’s R&R Gallery for a viewing at the show which opened last weekend, entirely devoted to the beloved comedian and his life on the big screen.

Mr. Bill Murray: A Tribute to the Legend consists of 50 original portraits representing Murray at all stages of his career, in all matter of styles, ranging from the realist to the absurd.

The Murray exposition has been curated by CW Milberger and Mark J. Yamamoto and runs through to September 30th.