The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains
Time Out says
Breathe, breathe in the air at this exhibition celebrating the world’s most legendary psychedelic band. The Nick Mason-approved touring show will make its North American debut at Hollywood’s Vogue Multicultural Museum, the old movie theater just down the block from Musso & Frank. The chronologically-organized exhibit starts with the Syd Barrett years and tackles all of the landmark albums, with over 350 instruments, lyrics, sketches and props, including stage designs from the Dark Side of the Moon era, a model sheep that was fired above the crowd in support of Animals and recreated inflatables from The Wall. Of course, no exhibition about the laser show favorites would be complete without some sensory overload, so things wrap up with an immersive listening space that includes a recreation of the band’s last performance in 2005.