Big Banksy exhibition arrives in London

Une grande exposition Banksy arrive à Londres

The new exhibition “The Art of Banksy” which arrives in March 2021 in London has the world's largest collection of privately owned artworks by Banksy.

This is the largest traveling exhibition of Banksy's work which will open on March 25, 2021 in a gallery in central London. The exhibition was scheduled to take place in April 2020 following a world tour that has has been held so far in the cities of Melbourne, Tel Aviv, Auckland, Toronto, Miami, Gothenburg and Sydney. Following the health situation, the exhibition has been postponed to March 2021.  

“The Art of Banksy” features original and authenticated works by the most intriguing and discussed British street artist in modern history. During the exhibition it will be possible to admirer prints, canvases, silkscreens, sculptures, unique works and limited edition pieces. Most of the works presented date back to the years 1997 to 2008. This period is considered to be the one that led to the most iconic and best-known works by Banksy.

Love Is In The Air (Flower Thrower) © Art of Banksy London Ltd

The artworks by Banksy that will be presented are all from private collections. This exhibition is not authorized by the artist. The curator of the exhibition, Steve Lazarides, was Banksy's gallery owner until 2009, when they separated. 

Street artist Banksy, whose identity remains a mystery to this day, is considered one of the greatest urban artists in the world. He is known for his many diversions and snubbing in the art world. One of his last major affronts to the art market was when he ran his painting "Girl with Balloon" live through a shredder moments after the work had sold for nearly 1,4. million dollars at auction.

The “The Art of Banksy” exhibition has already welcomed more than 750 visitors around the world during the last editions. 

When? :  Opening March 25, 2021

Or ? :  50 Earlham Street, London WC2H 9LJ, United-Kingdom 

More information :  https://artofbanksy.co.uk/


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