Joan Rivers: Can We Talk Exhibit Coming to Grammy Museum
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BY TIERNEY MCAFEE

05/28/2015 AT 02:15 PM EDT

Joan Rivers may be gone, but her legacy lives on. The Grammy Museum announced Tuesday that it will unveil a new display next month honoring the Grammy-winning comedian.

The “Joan Rivers: Can We Talk?” exhibit will feature stage costumes worn by Rivers – including several Bob Mackieoriginals – one of her vintage Louis Vuitton travel trunks, several awards, family photographs and her hardcover book collection, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

“Earlier this year, The Recording Academy awarded my mother her very first Grammy, which was truly an honor. On this occasion, which celebrates her 82nd birthday, it’s also an honor to have her incredible legacy included in the Grammy Museum’s ongoing tribute to the greatest comedic icons of all time,” the late comedian’s daughter, Melissa Rivers, said in a statement.

“To her, comedy was music. There was a rhythm, but instead of notes, there were words. And just like any of her fellow Grammy Award winners who have been on exhibition in the museum, you know she loved to play.”

“Joan Rivers’ unapologetic one-liners and brave, biting commentary on her personal life opened doors for other female comedians,” said Bob Santelli, executive director of the Grammy Museum. “With this latest display in our comedy series, we continue to spotlight some of the greatest comedic performers, many of whom have been recognized by the Grammy Awards.”