RIP King of Pop

June 25, 2009  |  By
Filed under: Field Notes
Jeff Koons, _Michael Jackson and Bubbles_, 1988.

Jeff Koons, _Michael Jackson and Bubbles_, 1988.

Jeff Koons‘s porcelain sculpture, always of great curiosity to the crowds when it’s up in the galleries, and one of my favorites, of Michael Jackson and Bubbles. You already know the news about the King of Pop. About the sculpture, more here. We’ll miss you, Michael. No 1980s living room would have been the same without you.

6 Comments

  1. homedetoxgirl Says:

    It is such a great loss that a man with great talent like Michael Jackson dies. RIP King of POP.

  2. lorrainayr Says:

    michael jackson was a true entertainer …and will be missed in the world of music…i am a mother and i wouldnt have my kids stay with him but i think he was a peter pan of pop….a boy who craved the childhood he never had…….he was so talented and misunderstood…..but he himself played a big part in that …..his family have a lot to answer to especialloy his father …..and his mother should have been stronger………….a boy who lost out on life and paid

  3. Frank Lostaunau Says:

    I will not miss MJ. As a member of SNAP (Surivivor’s Network of those Abused by Priests) I believe that he sexually abused innocent children. It’s good news when a pedophile drops dead.

  4. Chezzny Says:

    Michael Jackson would always be the best popstar ever. i love all his songs and his live concerts.

  5. Jonathanne Kim Says:

    Michael Jackson is truly the King of Pop!. He made a lot of great songs in the area of Pop Music. His death is a great loss to the music industry.

  6. Oscar Turner Says:

    i will really miss the King of Pop. michael jackson is truly the best pop artist in this lifetime..*`

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