Enthusiasts: Johnny Hallyday: This precious treasure found in the pocket of his jacket intended for a museum ... An invaluable memory that he had forgotten

“Heroes in the Children's Room” in the German Burgen Museum

 “Heroes in the Children's Room” in the German Burgen Museum in the German Burgen Museum on the Veste Heldburg (Hildburghausen district) is the special exhibition “Heroes in the Nursery. The medieval world of elastoline »was opened. The collector of the figures from the material Elastolin, Peter Müller, led the visitors through the show on the opening afternoon, as a spokeswoman for the museum said.

It is by sorting in the costumes and clothes intended for the next immersive installation, "Johnny Hallyday, the exhibition ", that Laeticia Hallyday found an object with high value ...

Johnny Hallyday : ce précieux trésor retrouvé dans la poche de sa veste destinée à un musée… Un souvenir inestimable qu’il avait oublié. © Bestimage Johnny Hallyday: this precious treasure found in the pocket of his jacket intended for a museum ... an invaluable memory that he had forgotten.

on December 5, 2022 will mark the fifth anniversary of the death of Johnny Hallyday . The rocker died at the age of 74 in his house in Marne-la-Coquette. Since then, fans and his family have perpetuated his memory. Laeticia Hallyday notably worked that Johnny Hallyday, the exhibition, was born in order to " continue to bring her memory and her work to life". First presented in Brussels from December 20 to June 15, 2023, the retrospective will arrive in Paris in 2024. This Sunday, September 25, in the columns of the newspaper Le Parisien, Laetitia Hallyday reports a singular anecdote identified by Gala . It took place as she sorted in the business to be exhibited: " Johnny put full time in her jacket pockets, lighters, drugs, combs, business cards ... The week Last, when I selected the clothes, in Los Angeles, I had an emotion by opening this Hearts Chrome. I found in the interior pocket a photo of Jade (their eldest daughter, editor's note) at 3 years old. He had kept her on him, I didn't know, nor Jade. When I told my daughter, in tears, she asked me to leave her in ”. A treasure with sentimental value which aroused emotion and nostalgia.

“Heroes in the Children's Room” in the German Burgen Museum

 “Heroes in the Children's Room” in the German Burgen Museum in the German Burgen Museum on the Veste Heldburg (Hildburghausen district) is the special exhibition “Heroes in the Nursery. The medieval world of elastoline »was opened. The collector of the figures from the material Elastolin, Peter Müller, led the visitors through the show on the opening afternoon, as a spokeswoman for the museum said.

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of career decades

The installation that Johnny Hallyday, the exhibition highlights archives, A prestigious collection of stage costumes as well as many guitars. It also has the exact reproduction of the Taulier adolescent bedroom. This room was located at his aunt's house, at 13 rue de la Tour des Dames in Paris. Laeticia Hallyday told the AFP about this event, that it is " an travel in the whole history of its life ", a way of " to revive " Johnny Hallyday. The one who shared the life of the rocker for 20 years adds: "I am a bit of the memory of Johnny […] I bring my memories, I try to transcribe exactly things as they have happened ».

In the show Let yourself be tempted, on RTL, this Sunday, September 25, Laeticia Hallyday says: "Since 1995, I have kept all its costumes. Those before, I had to buy them with the help of fans and his dresses ”. The number of stage outfits is such that Laeticia Hallyday had to develop a space in their Ile -de -France home: "

on the top floor of our house, I made a museum with the costumes of Johnny ".

Four exceptional Gallic statuettes acquired by the Brittany Museum in Rennes .
© Ouest-France The Gallic furniture is visible until December 4, 2022, at the Museum of Brittany. Four busts and a bucket dated between the 2nd and the 1st century BC have just been bought by the Museum of Brittany in Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine). Exceptional works, discovered during archaeological excavations in Trémuson (Côtes-d'Armor), visible at the museum until Sunday December 4, 2022.

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