A major exhibition takes a look at the world of the American production company.
Caixaforum is hosting this exhibition which started out at the MoMA New York. To celebrate the animation studio’s 25th anniversary, it takes a look at the company’s films through models, drawings, storyboards and digital installations.
In 1986, few people had ever heard of computer animation. In just 25 years, Pixar has revolutionized the audiovisual industry with digital animation techniques that have turned the studio into a hit factory.
Since the premiere of ‘Toy Story’ (in 1995), the first feature-length computer animated film, Pixar Animation Studios has launched a long list of critically-acclaimed blockbusters such as ‘Up’ and ‘Cars’. These films have earned them 26 Oscars and seven Golden Globes, among other awards.
The keys to each of these hits are revealed in this show, which presents the characters, stories and fantasy worlds of their productions through storyboards, 3D sculptures, digital installations and models.