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Grammy Museum Features Taylor Swift Pop-Up Exhibit

Photo: Amy King

Taylor Swift set Los Angeles on fire with six sold-out SoFi Stadium shows, the last of which happens Wednesday night.

But, if you miss the concerts, you can check out a cool pop-up exhibit dedicated to Taylor at the Grammy Museum called "I Can See You (Taylor's Version)."

According to Billboard, the exhibit:

"immerses the visitor into the world of Swift's recent "I Can See You (Taylor's Version) (From the Vault)" music video, with a display of 11 costumes and two instruments from the video. The costumes were all work during Swift's original 'Speak Now' era.
The music video features actors Joey King and Taylor Lautner breaking Swift out of a museum vault while Presley Cash waits in the getaway car. This is said to be a symbolic representation of how it has felt for Swift to have her fans help her reclaim her music through their support of her first three “Taylor’s Version” re-recordings, all of which have entered the Billboard 200 at No. 1. Swift wrote and directed the music video, with help from director of photography Jonathan Sela, ASC."

Jasen Emmons, chief curator and Vice President of curatorial affairs at the Grammy Museum, says:

"We are thrilled to honor this achievement by creating an immersive space for her fans and our community."

The exhibit highlights 13 artifacts, all worn or played by Taylor during her original Speak Now era.

Wake Up Call's Amy King checked out the exhibit for herself and spoke to Kelsey Goelz, the curator of the exhibit. Check out the audio and video below!

For ticket reservations for the exhibit, CLICK HERE. The exhibit runs through September 18th.

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