The Art of Banksy exhibition extended until Spring 2022
Exhibition of works by the elusive street artist runs in Covent Garden until May 2022.
The hugely-popular Art of Banksy exhibition has been extended until Spring 2022. The world’s largest collection of privately-owned Banksy pieces will continue to be displayed in London after previous stints in world cities, such as Melbourne, Tel Aviv, Toronto and Chicago.
The exhibition has been on show in Covent Garden since May 2021, giving Londoners and visitors to the capital the opportunity to check out over 90 authentic, original pieces by the elusive street artist. Among the artwork from private collections include prints, screen prints, canvasses and limited-edition pieces created between 1997-2008.
Street art aficionados will recognise iconic creations such as ‘Girl with a Balloon’, ‘Rude Copper’ and ‘Brace Yourself’. There is also an installation of six video screens broadcasting a series of interviews with Banksy’s former printer, giving an exclusive insight to working with the famous street artist.
Alongside the exhibition will be private tours by Blue Badge tour guides and school workshops.
- The Art of Banksy is on from May 2021 until 22 May 2022. Open Mon-Wed & Sun 10am-6pm, Thu-Fri 10am-9pm, Sat 9.30am-7pm. Tickets: £14.50-£29.50, under 6s free. 50 Earlham Street, Covent Garden, WC2H 9LJ. Nearest stations: Leicester Square or Covent Garden. For tickets, visit the Art of Banksy website.
- NB: The Art of Banksy has not been authorised or curated in collaboration with the artist Banksy.
Posted on 21 Nov 2021, in art, London and tagged Covent Garden, Street art. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
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