JAMES BOND VILLAINS EXHIBITION

JAMES BOND VILLAINS EXHIBITION

The International Spy Museum celebrates 50 years of Bond villains

Posted 25.10.2013
The International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. is currently hosting Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains which is dedicated to Bond’s most memorable adversaries. The exhibition brings together over 110 artifacts from the films – from Goldfinger’s golf shoes to Max Zorin’s airship, Jaws’ teeth to Le Chiffre’s tuxedo and puts each of 007’s villains into the context of their time, showing how Dr. No was borne of the Cold War era while Silva or Dominic Greene have emerged from a time of environmental fears and cyberterrorism.

This 5,000 square-foot exhibition also explores how Bond’s adventures have impacted on the public perception of espionage, with real-life Intelligence Operatives recounting their own ‘Bond moment’.

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www.spymuseum.org