‘It Came From 1984’ Art Show in Brooklyn

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Wow! 1984 was a great year for movies! And I LOVE these pieces of artwork – I had a hard time deciding which ones to post. The following information and a lot more pieces from this art show can be found here: SlashFilm.

1984 was a great year for blockbuster cinema. Like, a ridiculously good year. The Terminator, Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Beverly Hills Cop, Gremlins, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Police Academy, This is Spinal Tap, Revenge of the Nerds, Purple Rain, The Karate Kid, Splash, and Red Dawn were all released. All those films and more are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year and the Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, NY is having one big bash in their honor.

It Came From 1984, curated by Chogrin, opens from 7 p.m. February 7 at the Bottleneck Gallery, 60 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York. It’ll remain on display for a few weeks after. Get specifics at http://www.bottleneckgallery.com

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14 thoughts on “‘It Came From 1984’ Art Show in Brooklyn

  1. Okay, you know I love the Muppets, and obviously I appreciate turning them into a map location. So I’m not even going to crow about how great that piece is. And yeah yeah yeah, Mr. Miyagi is very tasteful, deftfully craftfully and all that shit, but GIZMO. THE COLORS. HOLYBALLS. I LOVE THIS.

  2. AMAZING!!!

    Loved them all especially Temple of Doom one on the bridge. I didn’t see one from Red Dawn and didn’t recognize the fish one.

    Eric and Brian will like the Nightmare on Elm Street one 🙂

    I also saw all of these in the theater except Purple Rain (which I have still not seen)

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