$80,000-$110,000 Value Indicator
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¥7,450,000-¥11,180,000 Value Indicator
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Signed Print Edition of 10
H 50cm x W 35cm
The value of Banksy's Soup Can (violet, cherry and beige) is estimated to be worth between £50,000 to £80,000. This is a rare screen print artwork, signed by the artist and created in 2005. It has only been sold once at auction in the United Kingdom on the 12th of October 2016. There have been no sales in the last five years or in the past 12 months, making this piece highly sought after. The edition size of this artwork is extremely limited, with only 10 in existence.
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|October 2016||Forum Auctions London - United Kingdom||Soup Can (violet, cherry and beige) - Signed Print|
In 2005, Banksy produced a limited edition of 10 signed screen prints titled Soup Can (violet, cherry and beige), revisiting Andy Warhol's famous serialized soup cans. The print features a Tesco Value soup can, mocking greedy corporations and critiquing the consumerism Warhol celebrated.
Banksy’s original four-colour screen print, Soup Can, is a play on Andy Warhol's now-infamous Pop Art Campbell’s Soup Cans. As Pop Art with from the 1960s, Banksy has taken the image of the commercial product into the realm of art, but has transported it into a 21st century cultural context and ironic style using a Tesco tomato soup can - far less romantic than the nostalgia we now associate with Campbell’s. Banksy released different colour variations of this iconic Soup Can print, seen here in banana, cherry and blue.
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