A retrospective of David Lynch’s work in the city that haunts him – Philly.com #PAFADavidLynch

The pulsing heart of “David Lynch: The Unified Field” – the career retrospective of art and experimental film from the man who dreamed up the movies Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, and the television series Twin Peaks – lies at the intersection of Broad and Cherry Streets, in the 1870s Frank Furness-designed Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. That’s where this ambitious show will be housed from Sept. 13 to Jan. 11.

A retrospective of David Lynch’s work in the city that haunts him – Philly.com.

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