Banksy's mural, which depicts a woman shrouded in a veil, was part of a makeshift memorial at the site of the deadly terrorist attack at the Bataclan music hall in Paris.
To describe the global effects of COIVD-19 as “game-changing” would be putting it lightly. But that’s how famed street artist Banksy is shedding light on one of the more subtle cultural shifts…
Banksy shared a new work of art yesterday, showing us what he has been up to while quarantined.
The work, which depicts a girl shooting a slingshot of flowers, was vandalized less than 48 hours after being revealed.
Banksy surprised residents of Birmingham this week with the kind of Christmas card only he could send—a touching new piece of street art.
Yesterday in London the much-anticipated sale of Banksy's 2009 Devolved Parliament set a remarkable new record for the artist at auction.
Banksy's works, which sometimes still appear unannounced on the sides of buildings, were once considered a nuisance, but are now instantly considered valuable cultural treasures.
Multiple records for artists and for individual prints were set in Heritage Auctions’ Urban Art Auction, which realized a total of $2,737,160 in Chicago.