Michael Jackson: On The Wall

 Picture is showing the urn of the Michael Jackson by Grayson Perry.
Picture is showing Michael Jackson drawn portrait for Interview Magazine by KAWSPicture is showing Michael Jackson drawn portrait for Interview Magazine by KAWS
 Main entrance of the National Portrait Gallery
A new exhibition

At London's National Portrait Gallery, the exhibition 'Michael Jackson: On The Wall' will explore the impact that the King of Pop had on contemporary art and our collective cultural imagination. HUGO BOSS is proud to support the exhibition, which will feature the work of over 40 artists. Celebrating what would have been Michael Jackson's 60th birthday, HUGO BOSS will launch an exclusive capsule collection in August 2018.

This exhibition will be on display in the Grand Palais in Paris between 23 November 2018 and 14 February 2019.

  • Title image: Detail from An illuminating path, 1998 by David LaChapelle. Courtesy of the artist
  • Left image: © Sex and Drugs and Earthenware by Grayson Perry 1995. Courtesy the artist and Victoria Miro, London © Grayson Perry
  • Center image: © Interview Magazine, September 2009 by KAWS 2009. Courtesy of KAWS
  • Right image: National Portrait Gallery, London

How did the exhibition come about, and how were the works selected? What makes Jackson such a strong influence on culture, even to this day? We spoke to curator of the exhibition and the Director of the National Portrait Gallery
Dr. Nicholas Cullinan to find out.