Are you lost without LOST? Check out the screen-used exhibit of over forty authentic props and costumes from the ABC series LOST at the Paley Center in Los Angeles. This exhibit re-opens today and runs through July, Wednesdays to Sundays, from noon to 5:00pm.
The Paley Center for Media, 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
The exhibit is free and open to the public. Various items will rotate in and out to allow for new props to be displayed.
LOST ran for six seasons (2004–2010), and to the delight of fans on this 10th anniversary of its premier, there has been a resurgence of LOST-related events:
A majority of the items on display at the Paley 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 non-profit organization, founded by fans Jared Wong and Jo Garfein, which works to raise funds for various cancer support charities through live events and auctions that feature rare and often autographed pop culture memorabilia.
Here’s a partial list of what you will see on display:
· Bernard’s survivor beach camp table
· Dharma distressed uniform/skull
· Dharma fish biscuit machine
· Dharma motor oil
· Dharma stretcher (pictured leaning behind Oceanic signage)
· Henry Gale’s balloon map
· John Locke’s Coffin (pictured)
· Kate’s maroon tank top/beige bra
· Mikhail’s death costume
· Oceanic 815 airline seats (pictured)
· Oceanic 815 items (pictured)
· Polar Bear head/claws (pictured)
· Sawyer’s leather jacket
· Virgin Mary statue
Have you visited this exhibit, or do you have plans to? Will you bid on anything in September? Please comment and tell us what you think is the coolest item and why.