The Art of Banksy

Unauthorized private collection
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    The Entertainment Quarter
    Sydney • 25 Oct - 29 Nov
    Exhibition closed due to heatwave concerns
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    The Entertainment Quarter
    Sydney • 25 Oct - 29 Nov
    Exhibition closed due to heatwave concerns

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About the event

The Art of Banksy, the world’s largest touring collection of Banksy’s works, is now open at the Entertainment Quarter in Sydney until Sunday 1 December. The Art of Banksy has already generated international excitement when it visited Melbourne, Tel Aviv, Auckland, Toronto and Miami, and now this unique exhibition comes to Australia for a limited season.

The Art of Banksy showcases 80 original works associated with, arguably, the most intriguing and talked-about artist in modern history. These privately-owned pieces of Banksy’s works, include canvasses, screenprints and sculptures. Whilst the touring exhibition is not authorised by Banksy, the show is curated by Steve Lazarides, the artist’s former manager and photographer.

On display will be works from 1997 to 2008, the period which resulted in Banksy’s most recognisable and well-known works. Access to Steve Lazarides’ personal archive, photographs and art collection allows the exhibition to not only display iconic works like 'Girl With Red Balloon', 'Flower Thrower' and 'Rude Copper' but also gives the visitor a unique behind-the-scenes glimpse of the creation of the artworks by Banksy.

Please note: The 37% discount does not apply to Tuesday sessions as the regular entry price is $25

"Nobody ever listened to me until they didn't know who I was."

BANKSY

"Monumental"

NOW MAGAZINE

"It’s a must see!"

CBS MIAMI

"Basically, this isn’t one to miss"

HARPER'S BAZAAR

"The Art Of Banksy will serve as a welcome reminder of the explosive impact of the artist’s works, and of the powerful potential of street art. And that can’t be a bad thing"

TIMEOUT