Banksy’s bathroom art has proved that even street artists can work from home, Jess Calcutt reports.
Paige Insalaco explores the hidden stories and controversies surround famous artwork and evaluates how their mysteries make them increasingly famous.
Is it damage to legal property if it is a beautiful mural all citizens enjoy? Is it a limit on our freedom of expression to remove such pieces that have become, like the ones of Banksy, almost landmarks? This debate is seen this week on Exeposè, bringing together comment and art sections.
Street artist Banksy provides his latest contribution to the world of contemporary art in the form of a short-term ironic exhibition called ‘Dismaland’, hosted in the Somerset seaside town of Weston-super-Mare. In what he describes as a ‘Bemusement Park’, visitors are free to explore the interactive site. It features sculptures, pictures, fairground rides, and other […]