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Banksy the Benevolent: 10 times Banksy has done something for charity

We estimate that in the last 20 years Banksy has raised over 12 million pounds for charity. He may be the best-selling contemporary artist of all time, but Banksy’s work has, from the beginning, sought to serve a social purpose. It’s widely known that Banksy is outspoken on many prescient social issues, including gang violence, homelessness, […]

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Oops, TFL destroys a £7.5million Banksy masterpiece

Our founder Joey Syer commented: “Its a huge shame and opportunity lost for Londoners that the latest Banksy work has already been removed by the anti-graffiti teams at TFL. Of course, we understand why, and we understand it’s highly likely whoever removed it was following procedure and had no idea they were destroying a Banksy. Had […]

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Damien Hirst Designs World’s Most Expensive Hotel Suite

The enfant terrible of Young British Artists has designed a hotel suite that is the most expensive in the world. The Empathy Suite, a “9,000 square foot masterpiece”, includes two king-size beds and numerous works by the YBA, Damien Hirst. Of the suite, Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, says, “Rethink art. Rethink villas. Rethink […]

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Warhol’s Women: Celebrating International Women’s Day 2020

Covering the full scope of Warhol’s prints career, we invite you to ponder the artist’s complex and often confusing relationship to the ideals of femininity, beauty, and power in celebration of International Women’s Day. Warhol depicted an astonishing range of women, from royalty and Hollywood stars to drag queens and inhabitants of the underground art scene. […]

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Banksy To Feature In New Exhibition

It has been announced that world-renowned Street Artist Banksy will feature in a new exhibition being held in his hometown. The exhibition, Vanguard | Bristol Street Art: The evolution of a global movement, aims to celebrate Street Art and its artists, particularly those from Bristol, demonstrating how instrumental they have been in shaping both British […]

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Banksy: Potential New Mural

The Banksy rumour mill is in over-drive since a new art work appeared on the streets of Southhampton. The mural is in certainly in keeping with both Banksy’s style and with his political sentiments, but it is yet to appear either on his website or Instagram account. The mural features a young girl sitting on […]

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Exhibition Featuring Roy Lichtenstein And Andy Warhol

The Everson Museum in New York has put on an exhibition featuring prints by some of the world’s most sought-after artists such as Andy Warhol, Yayoi Kusama, Roy Lichtenstein and Jasper Johns. The exhibition, titled Lasting Impressions: Highlights from the Print Collection, will feature works from the Everson Museum’s collection of prints. As Steffi Chappell, […]

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Damien Hirst Opens Up About Selling Art Collection

Damien Hirst has revealed how making £200million just two days before the financial crisis was in fact the beginning of a slippery financial slope. In an interview with the Idler magazine, Hirst reveals how making millions, soon turned into loosing millions. “People say: it’s easy to make a fortune, but it’s hard to hold on […]

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Harland Miller Unveils New Artwork With Carnaby Art

Harland Miller has joined the ocean conservation charity Project Zero to unveil a new artwork with Carnaby Art. The artwork, Save The Penguin, is the latest addition to Carnaby Art, which celebrates creativity on the legendary Carnaby Street in London and its surrounding area. Miller’s Save The Penguin features his typical sardonic humour, but also […]

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Exhibition Featuring Banksy, Kaws and Damien Hirst Opens

A two week exhibition at the House of Fine Art (HOFA) will have works by Banksy, George Condo, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst and KAWS on display, and available to buy – either as a whole, or as a fraction. A concept being launched at Artcels. Once in the gallery you will notice that the artworks […]

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Harland Miller’s Largest Solo Exhibition To Date Now Open

In the advent of his largest solo exhibition to date, Harland Miller considers health warnings for some of his most recent works. Miller’s iconic dust-jackets with their tongue-in-cheek titles are gracing the walls of the York Art Gallery, a home-coming of sorts for the York-born artist with self-titled exhibition Harland Miller: York, So Good They […]

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Banksy Confronts Vandals In Instagram Post

Banksy has put up a post on Instagram directed at the vandals of his new Valentine’s Day Work. Banksy has told the public and those responsible for defacing his work that he is “glad” the piece has been vandalised. In the Instagram post Banksy said, “I’m kind of glad the piece in Barton Hill got […]

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