Donald Trump’s 1000 objects to showcase at New York’s Exhibition
The artist and photographer Andres Serrano has been preparing for the museum-styled multi-media installation, "The Game: All Things Trump", as an apt reflection of the business icon who became President.
An exhibition in New York's upscale Meatpacking district is showcasing more than 1,000 objects related to US President Donald Trump. Serrano said the exhibition is a portrait of Trump that features the objects he purchased mostly from eBay, at a cost of nearly $200,000.
A 10-foot high, rotating "Ego" sign in bold letters from the Ego Lounge which was inside Trump's now closed casino Taj Mahal, sits in the center of the first floor of a former nightclub where the exhibit is on display.
Some of the most fascinating items Serrano collected are magazine and tabloid covers featuring Trump over the past three decades, including high-profile autographed Merchandise from his numerous other business ventures including Trump Shuttle, Trump Steaks, Trump Casinos, colognes, and a talking Trump doll from "The Apprentice" account for an astonishing number of products in the exhibit that feature the Trump name.
There's also a tie collection, his "Make America Great Again" hats and a Monopoly-like game called, "Trump: The Game".