Ends August 24, 2014
Wednesdays to Sundays, noon to 5:00 pm
Location: The Paley Center for Media, 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
This exhibit is FREE and open to the public.
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Lost without Lost? Sure it’s been four years since Jack Shephard’s right eyelid closed forever, shutting the book on ABC’s phenomenal series about the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815 who crash-land on a remote, otherworldly island that just so happens to be the epicenter of a cosmic battle between good and evil … but we still get weepy-eyed just thinking about it. So how exciting is this: a Lost exhibit, here at the Paley Center in Los Angeles, featuring over forty authentic props and costumes, all actually used on-screen during the show’s six-season run (2004–10). This is a stunning collection of Lost artifacts—from the big (Oceanic 815 airline seats) to the medium (Dharma stretcher) to the small (Henry Gale’s balloon map), from the macabre (John Locke’s coffin) to the mundane (Dharma motor oil) to the mystical (Virgin Mary statue, though, this being Lost, stuffed with heroin).
This exhibit will remain open for the next several months, with various Lost items rotating in and out to allow for new props to be displayed.
A majority of the items will be available for purchase during the Cancer Gets LOST Charity Auction in September, hosted by Blacksparrow Auctions, with proceeds benefiting the American Cancer Society. Cancer Gets LOST is a nonprofit organization founded by Jo Garfein and Jared Wong to raise money for the fight against cancer.
Who says it only ends once? Wander around. Look into the eye of the island. What you will see is beautiful.
Here’s a partial list of what you will see!