On View
Apr 2, 2004–Sep 19, 2004

Academy Award–winning production designer Harry Horner created vivid sets for films as diverse as Born YesterdayThe Hustler, and They Shoot Horses, Don't They? This exhibition spotlighted two very different, but equally striking, films designed by Horner: from the small-town naturalism of Grover's Corners in Our Town (1940) to the opulence of Washington Square in The Heiress (1949). Original sketches and other production materials focused on Horner's artistic contributions to these two of his most successful films.

Exhibition programming

April 21
12 pm: Exhibition Walk-through
Guided tour of the exhibition led by exhibition curator Christine Catanzarite

Guest curator: Christine Catanzarite