The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains, a traveling museum featuring artifacts and artwork from the iconic rock band’s career, will come to the American shores this August.
Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains, which was launched in May 2017 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England, will open at Los Angeles’ Vogue Multicultural Museum on August 3 and wrap up its residency on November 28.
Rolling Stone says Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains is curated by Pink Floyd’s creative director Aubrey “Po” Powell in close collaboration with drummer Nick Mason.
The exhibition features over 350 items from Pink Floyd’s history, including handwritten lyrics, musical instruments, letters, original artwork, and stage props.
L.A. event promoter Diego Gonzalez said in a statement, “I feel very proud to have the opportunity to introduce a new era of cultural exhibitions for the city of Los Angeles, especially with the timeless and legendary Pink Floyd, a band so inspirational to myself and millions of fans all around the world for generations.”
“This exhibition will be a really exciting opportunity for people to come together to experience music, culture, design, and innovation, all principles that Pink Floyd represent in their music,” he added. “I couldn’t imagine a better exhibition to inaugurate the Vogue Multicultural Museum in Hollywood.”
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