From December 20, an exhibition dedicated to the work of Johnny Hallyday will open its doors in Brussels before moving to Paris. An exhibition that the widow of Taulier, Laeticia Hallyday visited in preview.
From December 20, an exhibition on Johnny Hallyday will open its doors in Brussels before settling in Paris. Dedicated to the work of Taulier, this exhibition will bring together dozens of photographs, but also costumes, guitars and other accessories that belonged to the singer, and will recreate the place where the rocker lived when he lived with his aunt at 13 rue de la Tower of the Ladies, in Paris.
A new exhibition that Laeticia Hallyday visited in preview. Co-producer of the exhibition, the widow of Taulier is attached to this project which aims to ” resurrect “ Johnny Hallyday continuing “to bring his memory and his work to life”almost five years after his death.
And if the mother of Jade and Joy Hallyday is impatiently awaiting the opening of the exhibition to the general public, she said she was deeply moved during her preview visit. “We have the impression that Johnny is going to be there, we imagine him sitting on the bed! » she said of Johnny Hallyday’s teenage bedroom reproduced for the exhibition. “It’s quite shocking” she added.
The exhibition dedicated to Johnny Hallyday will open its doors in Brussels on December 20th. It will then move to Paris, at the Porte de Versailles exhibition center, in January 2024.
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