New Spike Lee exhibit provides a new lens into his life and legacy
The Spike Lee Creative Sources Exhibit, a rare look into the life of the legendary filmmaker and New York icon, is now available to the public at the Brooklyn Museum.
Whether you're a Spike Lee fan or simply a lover of pop culture, walking through the Spike Lee Creative Sources Exhibit is nothing short of awe-inspiring.
Everything seen in the exhibit is a part of Lee's personal memorabilia collection, including signed sports jerseys, original film posters, Oscar statues and photographs that provide a new lens into the Brooklyn filmmaker's life and legacy.
The exhibit has seven sections from family to sports, including one completely dedicated to Brooklyn.
Curator Kimberli Gant says she also hopes the exhibit can be a catalyst for learning and discussion.
It will be available to visit until Feb. 4.