Hundreds of photographs bring a new display at Yankee Stadium to life.
Vintage baseball photo lovers should appreciate “The Glory of The Yankees,” a collection of 1300 past and present photographs housed within the new Yankee Stadium. Curated by Sports & The Arts, the collection features archival photographs from the New York Daily News and other sources.
The exhibit is the largest collection of Yankees photographs ever displayed. Celebrating the long history of the Yankees, photographs dating back to the club’s early days in the 1900’s have been meticulously restored to showcase both the legends of “yesteryear” and the stars of today.
Visitors will have the opportunity to view their favorite players from Yankees history, as well as experience an up close look at rarely seen images. Photographs on display depict both iconic players and moments from the legacy that defines America’s pre-eminent baseball franchise, the New York Yankees.
Sports & the Arts works directly with sports franchises, professional athletes, and nonprofit organizations throughout the world of sports to develop intimate and large-scale art installations. Sports & the Arts says its goal is to create a museum-like experience through the curation of paintings, photography and sculpture.