Michael Jackson Andy Warhol Painting Now On Display

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A portait of Michael Jackson by Andy Warhol is on display in Europe for the first time ever, in London, until August 9, before going up for auction in New York.

The famous Warhol portrait is now on display at London’s British Music Experience at the 02 complex in North Greenwich.

The artwork was originally commissioned in celebration of Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ album success.

The painting will be auctioned at the Vered Gallery on August 18, starting price of $800,000 (£476,000).

More details about the British Music Experience where you can see the Warhol painting of Jackson for yourself.

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