‘Tony Parker’s Heroes and Villains’ exhibit arrives at the San Antonio Museum of Art

‘Tony Parker’s Heroes and Villains’ exhibit arrives at the San Antonio Museum of Art

San Antonio Spurs legend Tony Parker has collected more than four NBA rings over the years.

Parker is also a collector of pop culture memorabilia and he plans to share it publicly for the first time at a museum exhibit.

In partnership with the San Antonio Museum of Art, the four-time NBA champion will present “Tony Parker’s Heroes and Villains” from June 10 to September 4.

Over the years, Parker has amassed a collection of over 30 larger-than-life statues of movie and comic book heroes and villains, including Superman, Spiderman, Thor, Captain America, Wonder Woman and Thanos.

“We appreciate the legendary Tony Parker who made his collection available to San Antonio,” said Emily Ballew Neff, PhD, director of the Kelso Museum of Art in San Antonio. “This exhibit will be a blast for anyone who has ever wondered what it would be like to come face-to-face with a superhero or supervillain.”

Tickets for the exhibit will go on sale Friday, April 22. To find out more about the exhibition, visit SAMuseum.org.



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