The Director of the bundeskunsthalle, rein Wolfs, has defended the controversial exhibition about Michael Jackson. "Right now, after new allegations of abuse, it is important to come up with the "King of Pop" deal," said wolf on Wednesday. The exhibition is not an homage, but lighting the Megastar from different critical perspectives.
"I think it is better to have a platform for the discussions as a cultural reminder easy to extinguish," said wolf. The exhibition "Michael Jackson: On the Wall" from the 22. March to 14. July compared to the previous stations in London and Paris, to some of the works have been completed. In addition, you will be discussions. "It is always an Art educator or an art educator in the exhibition, or can speak with the visitors about the allegations," said the 59-year-old Dutch art historian.More about
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In a Statement to the beginning of the exhibition is taken to the new allegations in the television documentary "Leaving Neverland" position. The Federal art hall explains, among other things: "The allegations brought by the alleged Victims, are shocking. We see it as our responsibility to approach these issues not to be ignored.“ (dpa)