Exhibition Launch – I Scored a Goal in the World Cup Final12. Jun - 12. Jun 14 / ended The Proud Archivist
Welcome to the FIFA World Cup Final. Since the beginning only 58 people have scored a goal in a World Cup final – 34 are still alive and kicking today.
Photographer Michael Donald came up with the idea of tracking them all down. The result is a unique collection of photographs and interviews. This is their story.
The list includes bathroom salesman Dick Nanninga, vintner Paulo Rossi, retired insurance salesman Martin Peters alongside Pele, Gerd Muller, Ronaldo and Iniesta.
It does not include Cruyff, Maradona, Beckham,or Messi. This is not some debatable pantheon, you’re either in or you’re out. It’s the most exclusive club in football.
The Proud Archivist is PROUD to present.
‘I Scored a Goal In The Wold Cup Final’ An exhibition by Michael Donald. A celebration of the goals that made history, of moments that froze time and of triumph, joy and the ultimate buzz of one fleeting moment.
There will be 5 full sets of 35 photographic signed prints, available for sale at auction.
A limited number of each individual signed photographic prints available to buy throughout the exhibition.
A unique opportunity to own a piece of World Cup history.
“This has not been done before and nothing else like it exists”.
For further information please contact Rob Manley –Gallery Director
020 7749 6850
The exhibition runs until July 13th.
Category: Arts | Visual Arts | Galleries / Art
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