Any New York-based Tim Burton fan should rush over to 53rd Street sometime between Nov. 22 and April 26, 2010. Why? The Museum of Modern Art will be running a retrospective exhibition on the imaginative director. And, if you ask me, an exhibit on the man behind Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, would include too much glorious quirk and animated derangement to ignore!

MOMA hardly needs to advertise such a cool exhibit—I was there before you could even say Mars Attacks!—but they’ve released this fun 30-second animated spot from the director anyway. So take a look and enjoy 30 fun seconds from Burton.

If you’re in New York, will you head to the exhibit? And if you aren’t a Tim Burton fan, what retrospective would you like to see at a museum?