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mardi 4 mai 2010

The Vilcek Foundation Celebrates LOST


THE VILCEK FOUNDATION CELEBRATES LOST: A SHOWCASE OF THE INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS AND FILMMAKERS OF ABC'S HIT SHOW

Just in time for the finale, fans in NYC will have the opportunity to get up-close and personal with the mystical, time-traveling island of LOST.

The exhibit, spotlighting international talent from both in front of and behind the camera, will feature original portraits taken on the set of LOST, as well as biographical profiles of immigrant and first-generation members of the cast and crew.

The portraits will be set against a collection of iconic props from the award-winning series. Read James Ford’s childhood letter to Sawyer; check the expiration dates on some Dharma food; and take the Dharma VW Bus for a spin.*

*Just kidding.

The profiled individuals hail from all over the world, such as South Africa, the Netherlands and Brazil, as well as work across a wide range of departments - from acting and costume design, to editing and lighting.

Participants include cast and crewmembers such as Carlton Cuse (Executive Producer), Jorge Garcia ("Hurley"), Melinda Hsu Taylor (Writer), John Bartley (Cinematographer), Yunjin Kim ("Sun"), Nestor Carbonell ("Richard Alpert") and many others.

The exhibition is presented in collaboration with the ABC Television Network and will feature original photos by Peter Hurley.

We couldn't be more excited about this exhibition. Come join us in celebrating LOST!

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EXTENDED EXHIBITION HOURS

Thursday, May 20th to Saturday, June 5th, 2010
Open 12pm to 6pm, Tuesday through Sunday
The exhibit will be closed on Mondays, with the exception of Memorial Day.

We are located at 167 East 73rd Street, between Lexington and Third Avenue. Take the 6 train to the 68th Street or 77th Street stop.

212.472.2500
info@vilcek.org
www.vilcek.org


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