The work, depicting a scene of domestic violence, was partially removed hours after it appeared in the English town of Margate.
The Real Story Behind Banksy’s “Parking” Mural in LA
Much coverage of the upcoming sale of the building that houses the mural portrays it as a covert intervention into the urban fabric, but the reality, like most things Banksy, is more complicated.
How Did a Banksy West Bank Mural End Up at an Israeli Gallery?
The long-lost painting resurfaced at the upscale Urban Gallery in Tel Aviv, sparking the anger of Palestinians.
Offshore Networks “Awash” In Art, Pandora Papers Reveal
The investigation found 1,600 works traded through shell companies, including Banksy pieces bought by a London financier charged with tax evasion.
Banksy Sold T-shirts to Fundraise for Activists Accused of Toppling Edward Colston Statue
The shirts, which feature an empty plinth and rope, have already sold out.
Destroyed Banksy Work Sells For $25M, Shredding Estimates
The sale confirmed predictions that the painting’s unconventional backstory would only increase its value.
Remember That Banksy That Self-Destructed? It’s Going Up for Auction
“Girl with a Balloon,” which started shredding as soon as it sold in 2018, could fetch more than $8 million.
Banksy Scaled the Prison That Once Jailed Oscar Wilde to Paint His Latest Mural
Banksy confirmed the artwork in a clever video stitched together with a Bob Ross tutorial.
“Aachoo!!”: Banksy’s Latest Coronavirus Commentary Appears in Bristol
After the mural appeared on the for-sale home, its owners swiftly took the house off the market to consider their next steps.
Banksy Painting Sells for $10M, Surpassing Its High Estimate
Banksy’s “Show Me The Monet” (2005), a riff on Monet’s paintings of his Japanese bridge in Giverny, has achieved the second-highest price ever paid for a work by the street artist.
Banksy Loses Trademark Case to Greeting Card Company
The European Union Intellectual Property Office ruled that the street artist, who remains anonymous, could not be identified as the unquestionable owner of his “Flower Thrower” stencil.
EU Officials Ignored Calls for Help, Says Crew of Banksy’s Migrant Rescue Boat
In a video about the rescue boat, which exceeded capacity this weekend and declared a state of emergency, Banksy says that EU authorities “deliberately ignore distress calls from ‘non-Europeans.'”