Banksy’s partially-destroyed canvas draws crowds in Germany

The partially-destroyed canvas of the British street artist Banksy is on display for the first time in Germany in a museum in Baden-Baden. Dozens of curious art fans are flocking to the Frieder Burda Museum, where the painting ‘Love is in the bin’ is on display until March 3.

Banksy’s destroyed painting is put on display at German museum

Banksy’s partially destroyed painting “Love is in the bin” is put on display at the Frieder Burda Museum in Baden-Baden, Germany. The artwork which was partially destroyed during an auction at Sotheby’s, will be on display at the museum until next month. IMAGES of gallery staff hanging up the painting

Banksy’s ‘Dream boat’ sculpture of refugees displayed for charity in London

A sculpture of refugees fleeing in a dinghy, created and donated by the British street artist known as Banksy to the ‘Choose Love’ charity store in London, was put on display on Tuesday. The sculpture, which was reportedly a part of the artists’ theme-park Dismaland, will be on display at the charity store until December 22. According to Tom Steadman – head of communications at Help Refugees, which runs the store – visitors will have the chance to win the sculpture by donating a ‘minimum’ two pounds and guessing its exact weight.



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Preview of the Banksy exhibition in Milan

Until April 14th, Milan invites you to discover the mysterious British street artist Banksy, who has turned his works into a means of expression and protest. This exhibition organized by Mudec is “Banksy’s first in a public museum, with the exception of the one in Bristol created by the artist but which was more of an extraordinary performance.

Sale of shredded Banksy confirmed, work given new title

After street artist Banksy partially shredded one of his own works seconds after it was sold at auction there was uncertainty over what would happen next. But the buyer has confirmed the purchase for over one million pounds, while Banksy has given the ‘damaged’ work a new title, ‘Love is in the bin’. It has been shown again at Sotheby’s, who deny collusion with the artist.