Michael Jackson's sprawling art studio, collection revealed

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From ArtInfo

The mysterious contents of Michael Jackson’s art collection became the subject of purported disputes after his death. Rumors floated about that several individuals, including Cirque du Soleil’s Guy Laliberté, were interested in purchasing the estimated $900 million collection.

But Jackson’s art does not consist of Picassos or Rodins, but rather the pop icon’s own creations, which were meant to be exhibited 18 years ago, only to be hidden from the public eye after pedophilia allegations marred the pop star’s image.

At the invitation of Jackson’s art mentor Brett-Livingstone Strong, who owns the collection in conjunction with the Jackson estate, L.A. Weekly visited the top-secret location, a Santa Monica Airport hangar that held Jackson’s art, doubling as the studio where he made his work.

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