People love to forget Michael Jackson’s blackness
people love to think that Michael Jackson forgot his blackness
People love to pretend to forget that Michael Jackson’s autopsy results showed that he DID have a skin disease and never “dyed” his skin.
MJ Awards throughout the years
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For the greater part of a decade, famed L.A.-based photography and CalArts alumnus, Todd Gray, worked as Michael Jackson’s personal photographer. Gray has of course since switched artistic focus, and through this shift we are able to see his new exhibit “Exquisite Terribleness.”
The exhibit opens September 11 at Meliksetian | Briggs, located less than a quarter of a mile up Fairfax from Farmer’s Daughter Hotel, and features photo pieces by combining defaced and splintered shots from his time photography the King of Pop and his time spend in Ghana. The strongly juxtaposed pieces, which are placed inside salvaged antique frames, create an odd presentation to say the least and capture American pop star decadence and Africa culture in a way never before seen.
Running through October 18, “Exquisite Terribleness” is open to public onlookers during Meliksetian | Briggs’ open hours from 12 to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Michael had such an infectious childlike smile. He was still handsome before disfiguring his face some more. *sigh*
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Happy 55th Birthday to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson