Lizzie Grubman, a public relations guru in the entertainment industry, made headlines in the early 2000s for all the wrong reasons. In 2001, Grubman notoriously backed her Mercedes SUV into a crowd of people outside a nightclub in the Hamptons, injuring 16 people. The incident made national news and forever etched Grubman's name in infamy. But now, nearly 20 years later, Grubman's name has resurfaced in a much different context: as the subject of a new art exhibit featuring her infamous mugshot. The exhibit, titled \"Lizzie Grubman: Posters,\" showcases a collection of posters featuring Grubman's mugshot, each one created by a different artist. The exhibit has sparked controversy and conversation, with some calling it a bold statement on the nature of celebrity and the criminal justice system, while others see it as a glorification of Grubman's actions. Regardless of your opinion, the exhibit is a fascinating look at how one person's misdeeds can continue to captivate and polarize audiences years later.