Banksy posted a letter written to him by Turkish-Kurdish artist and political prisoner, Zehra Doğan.
The artist finally confirmed his presence in the French capital, while another unconfirmed work appears to be his tribute to victims of the November 2015 terrorist attacks.
The six new murals include images referring to the migrant crisis and France’s attempts to ban hijabs.
The street artist originally submitted the work under the pseudonym “Bryan S Gaakman.”
The street artist painted one of his newest works on a building that was already slated for demolition.
Senator Brad Hoylman is calling on the owner of the building to put the street art piece on permanent public display.
In less than a week, the Banksy rat at 14th Street and Sixth Avenue has been taken down and rumors suggest it will be sold.
Two murals by the secretive British street artist have appeared at a former gas station in Midwood.
The newest Bowery mural, a collaboration between the elusive British street artist and Borf, addresses the continued imprisonment of journalist and artist Zehra Doğan.
A painting of a rat running in a 14th Street clock face as if in a hamster wheel is believed to be Banksy’s first work in New York since 2013.
Whenever a Banksy appears, controversy is sure to follow. His latest work is no different.
A photo taken by a British tourist in Bethlehem shows a man holding a can of spray paint and a stencil alongside a fresh work by the secretive artist.