Expo Event Michael Jackson at the Grand Palais : On The Wall
Big fan of his music, his dances, his videos, his concerts ? The Raspail Montparnasse hotel tells you all about the exhibition dedicated to Michael Jackson at the Grand Palais!
Michael Jackson and the world of contemporary art
On the occasion of the singer’s death tenth anniversary, come and discover the exhibition « Michael Jackson: On The Wall » at the Grand Palais!
Initiated by the National Portrait Gallery of London, the exhibition shows how important Michael Jackson was to the world of contemporary art. Indeed, since 1982, when Andy Warhol first used his image, the king of pop has become the most represented figure in the visual art world. This certainly reveals that he was and remains one of the most influential figures of the last/past 50 years.
His texts, avant-garde, already raised current issues about races, sex, celebrity or even about the planet. His legacy is still very powerful, and quite impacting!
The exhibition honoring Michael Jackson at the Grand Palais
This is THE event of the parisian autumn. Entitled « On The Wall » in reference to the album « Off The Wall », the exhibition is a superb retrospective of the singer’s carrier, and of his influence on the worlds of music and art. Michael Jackson’s work and personality cultural impact on contemporary art is explored from 1980 to today.
Come and admire the works of some forty worldwide famous artists such as Warhol, Paul Mc Carthy or David LaChapelle, inspired by the man! They are displayed chronologically, to encourage visitors to follow the artist’s journey. Experience then his incredible story, from his beginning as a very gifted young boy, to the international « King of the Pop » legend !
The Raspail Montparnasse can only recommend this commemoration. The exhibition dedicated to Michael Jackson at the Grand Palais could change the way you look at this pop music icon.
« Michael Jackson: On the Wall » at the Grand Palais
From November 23rd, 2018 to February 14th, 2019
Every day except Tuesday, from 10am to 8pm, and until 10pm on Wednesday.
Buy your tickets HERE