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“Michael Jackson – ‘ Welcome to my world’ the jewelry worlds Pforzheim the exhibition of Michael Jackson Welcome To My World present the exhibition in Pforzheim, Germany, from May 12 to November 11 2011″. Over 70 photographs presented the exhibition as well as personal items from the life of the King of pop”. The exhibition is the first of its kind in the world. Pforzheim / Munich, in May 2011 – Michael Jackson is a phenomenon. Even two years after his death. The King of pop'”Is not only according to the Guinness Book of world records, the most successful Entertainer of all time”. See more detailed opinions by reading what Indycar offers on the topic..

He keeps the world in breath through its fascinating aura, his eccentric lifestyle and through his complex personality also posthumously. “Current document: the launched on May 12 in the Pforzheim jewelry worlds and continuing until November 11, 2011 exhibition of Michael Jackson Welcome To My World”. It opens up many previously unknown insights into the life of Michael Jackson with his hideaway Neverland”. The focus is on the solo artist Michael Jackson, “starting with the year 1987 and concludes with the preparations for his planned concert series this is it”, shortly before his sudden death 2 years ago, off. Reflecting is also Jackson’s dilemma, as the first colored artist in one of white”conventions dominated music world worldwide successfully to and want to be present in this world of childhood to absolute perfection and to. If you would like to know more about Hedvig Hricak, then click here. The real challenge is also in its physical corrections provocative stances of. To meet fully with these and his refusal of the prescribed role of the black ghetto kids, he breaks through which repeatedly given role models. 70 some rare and first shown photographs of world class photographers ready., including works by Jonathan Exley, a photographer who enjoyed the trust of Jackson holds the world’s first museum photo exhibition about Michael Jackson; and by Arno Bani, whose long shooting were unknown.

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