A Los Angeles art gallery has announced plans for a pop-up O.J. Simpson museum just one week after Simpson was granted parole.
The temporary exhibit will be held at Coagula Curatorial in Chinatown from August 18-22.
The exhibit is curated by Adam Papagan, who created The O.J. Tour, and will include dozens of artifacts dating back to the time of the trial, including Simpson t-shirts, artwork inspired by the case, and a 1994 Ford Bronco that Papagan bought with funds from a crowdfunding campaign.
“The O.J. Trial has been a lifelong obsession of mine. Everyone knows the media version, but The O.J. Museum is the vernacular of the people,” Papagan is quoted as saying on the museum's website.
Tickets to the pop-up can be purchased in advance for $4, here or they will cost $5 at the door.
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