It’s only been a week or so since O.J. Simpson learned that he will be coming home from prison later this year. Today, news emerged of a pop-up O.J. Simpson museum set to open up in Los Angeles. The temporary exhibit will be held at Coagula Curatorial in Chinatown, running from August 18-22.
The exhibit is curated by Adam Papagan, the same person who created The O.J. Tour. The museum will include dozens of artifacts dating back to the time of the trial.
Here is more info on the O.J. Simpson museum according to the Coagula Curatorial website:
O.J. Simpson expert and creator of The O.J. Tour Adam Papagan is curating a temporary exhibit at Coagula Curatorial Gallery, located at 974 Chung King Road, in historic Chinatown, Downtown Los Angeles, dedicated to the alleged double-murderer and Heisman Trophy winner. The show will feature dozens of artifacts dating back to the time of the trial, a previously unseen collection of bootleg Simpson t-shirts, original artwork inspired by the case, and a 1994 Ford Bronco, which Papagan purchased with funds from a recent crowdfunding campaign.
Displays will include:
A 1994 Ford Bronco
A Collection of 60 Bootleg Trial T-shirts
Original Artwork Relics from the Court Case
An OJ Library
And much more…
Tickets to the museum pop-up are $5 at the door. Advance tickets are available for $4 HERE.
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