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A new art exhibition in London depicts Michael Jackson as a savior, a saint, an entertainer, an icon, a monarch, a mask and a mystery.Gray has reworked his old photos by layering other pictures over Jackson's face, including images from Ghana, where the artist has a home.German artist Isa Genzken juxtaposes Jackson and Michelangelo's David.The portrait was the last one Jackson commissioned, and was completed after his death.It's an engaging and moving work that shows just how much Jackson means to those who love his music.Scottish artist Donald Urquhart, who created an illustrated Michael Jackson alphabet for the exhibition, thinks Jackson's "manipulation of fame" has inspired many artists.
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