A Whole Exhibition of the One, the Only Bill Murray

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Gallery1988 is steadily becoming the premiere venue for pop culture saturated art that celebrates and often transcends some of our absolute favorite cult films.

Now their Melrose location is premiering a new exhibition dedicated to, dare we say, the most beloved comedic actor of the last several generations and counting: Bill Murray. The deadpan actor has made being a legend look easy since he lounge sang his way through SNL, slacked off in the army, busted some ghosts, right on through his more recent laconic "blue period" collaborating with the likes of Wes Anderson and Jim Jarmusch.

Whether the laid back superstar will actually attend the show tonight is questionable, but you can take a look at several of the amazing, dynamic pieces from "Please Post Bills" at Gallery1988 and Laughing Squid, especially the event poster below.

How big do we geek out on Murray? Well, for starters, we can name the movie every floating head on this poster comes from, starting clockwise from the top: "Kingpin," "Stripes," "Ed Wood," "Scrooged," "Coffee and Cigarettes," "What About Bob," "Garfield," "Rushmore," "Zombieland," "The Life Aquatic," "Broken Flowers," "Fantastic Mr. Fox," "Groundhog Day," "Ghostbusters," "Lost in Translation," "The Royal Tenenbaums," and "Caddyshack."