The show, running through March 25, aims to raise questions about beauty and acceptability — a focus for Owens throughout his career.
Visitors can star in “The Grand Budapest Hotel” or even be projected onto the set of “The Devil Wears Prada.”
The work comes from the gallery’s “Summer Community Challenge” where participants were asked to paint, construct, photograph or decorate anything to do with footwear.
The late Italian icons were both close friends of the designer — and inspirations for his work.
The program which runs through Nov. 26, also takes in a series of free talks and lectures.
The gallery features seven pairs of shoes and other objects that illustrate espionage and assault tactics.
The NBA legend will be featured in several pieces of art on display at a local gallery.