Why is Liberace named in the lyrics of hundreds of pop and hip hop recordings? Why are films and documentaries being made about him, while his jewels, costumes and other artifact collections go on exhibit at the most prestigious museums in the world, over 30 years after his death? Why are his pianos showing up on the GAMMY Awards and the OSCARS? Why did guests at the MET Gala dress in tribute to him? Come and see for yourself!
Last exhibited at the Paris Museum of Modern Art, a new exhibit entitled “Diamonds Are Forever: The Liberace Jewels Return to Monte Carlo” opens in the Principality of Monaco as part of Monte Carlo Fashion Week, at Maison Vitale.
French star Line Renaud welcomed Liberace to Paris on his first visit there in 1955. When the Liberace Jewels went on exhibit at the Paris Museum of Modern Art sixty-two years later, Madame Renaud welcomed her friend back to the City of Light.
The Paris Edition Liberace Commemorative Piano Ring is fast becoming a symbol of support for the arts in defiance of all odds.
The Liberace Jewels will soon be front and center in a major exhibit in Paris, France.