Pop-Up Museum in Los Angeles Examines OJ Simpson's Legacy

A pop-up museum "dedicated to examining the legacy of disgraced sports superstar" O.J. Simpson is coming to Los Angeles Aug. 18-22. The five-day exhibit will be housed at the Coagula Curatorial Gallery and will feature dozens of artifacts dating back to Simpson's 1995 double murder-trial.

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O.J. Simpson poses for a Hertz rent-a-car ad (left). On the right, Simpson holds up his hands before the jury after putting on a new pair of gloves similar to the infamous bloody gloves during his double-murder trial in Los Angeles on June 21, 1995.
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A collection of 60 bootleg O.J. Simpson T-shirts from his 1995 double-murder trial will be on display at the pop-up museum.
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A pocket knife that reads “O.J.’S LAST RUN JUNE 17, 1994 ‘FROM FAME TO SHAME’” is one of dozens of artifacts dating back to Simpson’s 1995 criminal trial at the museum.
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A vintage O.J. Simpson T-shirt from the 1995 trial features scenes from the Los Angeles court room.
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An undated Hertz rent-a-car "Superstar Fun Book" featuring the Heisman trophy winner will be on display at the O.J. Museum.
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An inside look at the Hertz "Superstar Fun Book" featuring O.J. Simpson, who appeared prominently in commercials for the rent-a-car service.
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Original artwork depicts Judge Lance Ito, the prosecution and the defense in what was dubbed the "Trial of the Century."
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