There’s A Pop Up Selfie Museum In California

The interactive pop-up gallery on Brand Boulevard that's devoted to smartphone self-portraits will run for two months with tickets costing 25 dollars. The museum will reportedly go beyond the surface value of the social phenomenon and explore all of its universal aspects.

Most museums have banned selfie sticks but the co-founder of the Glendale exhibit says the hand-held gadgets will be welcome and encouraged. He says selfies have been around for at least 40,000 years. 

Source: ABC Los Angeles