Michael Jackson on the wall in Paris opened an exhibition dedicated to the king of pop
The exhibition is timed to the 60th birthday of the artist.
At the Grand Palace in the French capital has opened a unique exhibition of paintings titled Michael Jackson: On the Wall.
The exhibition includes over 40 portraits painted by various artists including Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, David LaChapelle and many others.
But special attention deserves a copy of the painting of Rubens “Equestrian portrait of king Philip II”, which is the monarch depicted Michael Jackson. Musician ordered this portrait from the famous artist, Kehinde Wylie only a few months before his tragic death on June 25, 2009. Finished it was too late.
First Michael Jackson: On the Wall was shown in June 2018 at the National portrait gallery in London. The exhibition was a huge success. By conservative estimates, the exhibition in the British capital was visited by more than 82 thousand people, including celebrities like Madonna and Elton John. The Paris exhibition will be open till 14 Feb 2019.
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