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A special exhibition in the Museum
Shakira's two costumes worn during a Super Bowl halftime show, her handwritten lyrics and her highly crystallized electric guitar are among the main items to be put on display for a museum exhibit in Los Angeles. The Grammy Museum announced Thursday that the multi-Grammy winner will have her first exhibit opening on March 4. The exhibit, called "Shakira: The Grammy Museum Experience," will feature 40 artifacts from her personal archive in the museum's permanent Latin music gallery.
The museum exhibit will explore Shakira's musical evolution, from her origins as a Latin performer in Colombia to her rise to global superstardom as a multi-genre performer spanning several genres including bachata, rock, Bhangra and reggaetón .
After this news, Shakira said that:
"It is an honor to have the journey of my career displayed in the Grammy Museum. These pieces are a testament to so many indelible moments that I cherish and I am so happy to be able to relive these memories with those who have and continue to have me to support me as an artist."
Shakira's electric guitar covered in 70,000 black crystals and the acoustic guitar used to write the songs will be on display. Other items include her outfits from her 2018 El Dorado tour and the leaf-covered bikini she wore on the album Oral Fixation, Vol. 2” in 2005. Jasen Emmons, chief curator and vice president of curatorial affairs at the Grammy Museum stated that:
"Shakira is the rare superstar who has discovered a way to continue to evolve as an artist while growing her wide audience along with her. She is a serious student of music, and the Grammy Museum is delighted to offer a dynamic exhibition reflecting her intelligence and artistry."