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10 Apr

Paley Center Creates Exhibit for Yellowstone’s 1923 Prequel

Fans of “Yellowstone” can immerse themselves within the lives of the Dutton family without actually heading out west because of the Paley Center for Media.

The Recent York City-based organization, known for celebrating iconic television programs, has opened a dressing up exhibition centered across the show’s prequel, “1923,” starring Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren.

Officially titled The “1923” Exhibit: Costume Design Across Three Continents, visitors can get up-close-and-personal with a curated assortment of original costumes from the show created by Emmy Award-winning costume designer Janie Bryant for the Paramount+ series.

Bryant is understood for her historically accurate costume designs for film and tv shows including Don Draper’s gray suits in “Mad Men,” Pennywise’s clown costume in “It” and Al Swearengen’s pinstripe suit in “Deadwood.”

“I feel truly blessed to have had the chance to design this epic show and I’m honored that The Paley Museum invited me to display my art for the fans to see up close,” Bryant said. “The characters and story created by Taylor Sheridan, the talent of this amazing forged, and the breathtaking fantastic thing about the locations — from Montana to South Africa — have all been so inspirational. It has truly been an exhilarating experience to be an element of the wonder, strength and depth of this story.”

The exhibit offers a multimedia experience.

Brad DeCecco

The exhibit also features props from the series including luggage, rifle scabbards, wagon wheels, flags, saddles and a faculty desk.

Along with the costumes, the exhibit uses the soundtrack and rating from the series together with clips of Elsa Dutton’s narration because the backdrop.

The middle may even feature screenings in its Bennack Theater from the primary season of the show together with a set of Western-themed television episodes from the Paley archive within the Goodson Theater. And on April 29, Bryant will discuss the artistic process behind each costume, and her award-winning profession during a conversation with Carson Kressley for PaleyLive.

The exhibit will remain on view through May 28. It’s free for members and $20 for nonmembers.

The exhibit will remain on view through May.

Brad DeCecco

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