LOS ANGELES, CA.-
I was total O.J. trail junkie back in the day and hosting this show is a lifelong dream come true."
An early issue of Gleason's published magazine Coagula Art Journal featured a cover story on the 1995 O.J. Simpson trial's effect on the artist and the art world. - Coagula Curatorial gallerist Mat Gleason, confesses!
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.
INSTALLATION WILL INCLUDE:
A 1994 Ford Bronco
A Collection of 60 Bootleg Trail T-shirts
Relics from the Court Case
An OJ Library
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. - Adam Papagan