O.J. Simpson gets paroled and look what y’all go and do…
While Simpson’s saga continues to be sensationalized, museum curator (and O.J. aficionado) Adam Papagan, plans to profit from the provocation.
Papagan’s “O.J. Simpson Museum” will on August 18th and operate at the Coagula Curatorial Gallery in Chinatown. According to CNN the 5-day pop-up exhibit museum “will house a colorful array of artifacts related to the trial, in which Simpson was acquitted of the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman. Items on display will range from a collection of bootleg trial T-shirts to board games based on the case.”
The museum will also house an O.J. library, interactive video displays, sports memorabilia, original artwork and a gift shop. Papagan says he plans to include a tribute to Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, as well.
Admission to the museum is $5 at the door. After its limited showing, the collection will then return to its permanent home, which is Papagan’s attic.