England-based graffiti artist Banksy surreptitiously painted a mural at a Bristol school. Kids and teachers at the school were not expecting to find the work of art when they returned from a few days' break
Street art is the ultimate form of democracy according to the curators of the new Museum for Urban Contemporary Art that has just opened in Berlin. But does street art belong in exhibition halls?
A British school named a building after secretive street artist Banksy - and he returned the favor with a clandestinely painted work of art.
The fourth Urban Art Biennale is underway at the former Völklingen Ironworks. Many artists say the industrial heritage site is the perfect setting for their works.
Promoted as "the most valuable Banksy collection," the new Berlin exhibition featuring works by the elusive street artist can leave fans with a bitterly ironic aftertaste.
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