“Michael Jackson: On The Wall” At The National Portrait Gallery

    It’s been nearly ten years since Michael Jackson died, and exactly ten years since Director of the National Portrait Gallery Nicholas Cullinan began to curate “Michael Jackson: On The Wall.” It’s not an exhibition about Jackson’s biography or memorabilia, but one that cleverly looks at his life through the prism of contemporary art.

    ‘Equestrian Portrait of King Philip II (Michael Jackson)’ by Kehinde Wiley
    ‘Michael Jackson’ by Andy Warhol
    ‘Untitled’ by Keith Haring
    ‘Exquisite Terribleness in the Mangrove’ by Todd Gray
    ‘MJ back’ by Andy Warhol

     

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