Opening Ceremony x Brooklyn Museum Pop-Up Shop Pays Homage To Iconic Sport’s Moments
Opening Ceremony is known for offering a tightly curated selection of designer brands representing all parts of the world whether it be international or domestic. Much like olympic athletes, these brands are the elites, that separate themselves from the rest in design, while bringing together many people together from all over the world: all the more reason for Opening Ceremony to release a special pop-up shop at Brooklyn Museum titled, Who Shot Sports: A Photographic History, 1843 to the Present.
The exhibit is curated by author, educator, curator, Gail Buckland and includes over 230 works which pay homage to some of sport’s most unforgettable-climatic performances. Equally important, the exhibit also pays tribute to the photographers who recorded those moments in sport’s history that have become life changing memories for fans such as Muhammad Ali’s knock-out win over Cleveland Williams and Greg Louganis hitting his head on the diving board in the 1983 Olympics.
Encapsulated into the exhibit is Opening Ceremonies very own “CLUB USA” collection dedicated to nightlife’s national champs. The exhibit is open for viewing now until January 8th, 2017.