One of Paris’s most anticipated exhibition Michael Jackson on the Wall has finally arrived at Paris. The exhibit was previously showing at London but has just recently arrived at Paris. The Michael Jackson On the Wall exhibit just opened at the Grand Palais, much to delight of Michael Jackson fans in Paris.
About the Michael Jackson on the Wall Exhibit
The Michael Jackson On the wall exhibit is organized by the National Portrait Gallery of London and produced in Paris by the Meeting of National Museums. The exhibit works in cooperation with the Michael Jackson estate. The Exhibition aims to tell the untold story of the iconic King of pop, it explores the influence of the iconic pop star on some of the leading names in contemporary art, spanning several generations of artists across all media. The Michael Jackson on the wall Exhibit is a tribute to his fifth solo album produced by Quincy Jones in 1979. This particular exhibition for the iconic pop star is unique because this tribute angle has never been done in other exhibitions
The Michael Jackson on the Wall Exhibit will showcase over 40 of different artists who have been inspired by him. The exhibit draws from public and private collections from around the world. It also includes new works made especially for the exhibition. There will be paintings, sculptures and other installations inspired by the King of Pop present at the exhibit.
Some of the artist that will be featured at the Exhibit include David LaChapelle ,Andy Warhol, Rita Ackerman,Marvin Gaye, Yan Pei-Ming, Chetwynd, Dara Birnbaum, Jonathan Horowi, Greyson Perry, Keith Harirngs, Hank Willis Thomas ,Rashid Johnson and other artists who have been influenced by Michael Jackson.
Where can you catch this Michael Jackson on the Wall Exhibition?
The Michael Jackson on the wall exhibit is currently in the Grand Palais in Paris till February 14 2019. It was previously at the National Portrait Gallery in London from June to October 2018. After its stint in Paris, it will move to Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn from March to July 2019. After its Bonn