‘Walkers: Hollywood Afterlives in Art and Artifact’ Revives Iconic Celluloid Images for the Digital Age

"Bunny 2" Costume Sketch (full figure) for APOCALYPSE NOW (1979. Dir. Francis Ford Coppola). Production design by Dean Tavoularis. Drawing by Alex Tavoularis. Private collection. Photo by Genevieve Hanson. Courtesy of Museum of the Moving Image.
“Bunny 2” Costume Sketch (full figure) for APOCALYPSE NOW (1979. Dir. Francis Ford Coppola). Production design by Dean Tavoularis. Drawing by Alex Tavoularis. Private collection. Photo by Genevieve Hanson. Courtesy of Museum of the Moving Image.

“This work is within the ‘Heart of Darkness’ section which surveys the different adaptations of Conrad’s novel. In Apocalypse Now there is an infamous scene where a USO show of Playboy bunnies turns into a full-on riot as the soldiers attempt to rush the stage, perhaps marking a point in the film when the subsequent scenes of American soldiers become increasingly chaotic.”