“Banksy, Genius or Hooligan”

September 3, 2022 – 09:00

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One of the phrases that accompanies the exhibition in Buenos Aires of the famous banksy: “Copyrights are for losers”, reads the graffiti attributed to the anonymous and elusive hero. Photo: Maxi Failla

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The famous graffiti “Girl with a balloon”, which was first printed 20 years ago in London. Photo: Maxi Failla

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An exhibition that covers iconic works by the artist, considered an icon of the 21st century. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Banksy’s mega exhibition, unpublished in the country, includes 70 is an artist recognized in the world for his street art, works authenticated by the artist. Photo: Maxi Failla

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He is an artist recognized in the world for his street art. Photo: Maxi Failla

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“Banksy, genius or vandal?”: the work of the provocative British graffiti artist arrives at La Rural. Photo: Maxi Failla

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He was named by Times magazine as one of the 100 most influential people. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Photo: Maxi Failla

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The exhibition recreates exactly the same as that fragment of his workshop where, covering his face, he gave statements for the documentary. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Photo: Maxi Failla

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Banksy, urban legend, admired by the big stars and also by the art market. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Banksy’s official website recommendation: “Always remain skeptical.” Photo: Maxi Failla

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The Dismaland sector, by Banksy. Photo: Maxi Failla

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A video reviews in detail how Banksy decided to destroy his own work during a live auction. Photo: Maxi Failla

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The immersive room in the Banksy exhibition. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Stencils by this graffiti artist, now printed in one of the rooms of the mega show in La Rural. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Some of his most famous works that were first painted illegal: the balloon girl, the flower thrower, the protagonists of Pulp Fiction wielding bananas instead of guns and the Napalm girl. Photo: Maxi Failla

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“It seeks to leave you completely unsettled with its messages”, affirms the person in charge of mounting the exhibition. Photo: Maxi Failla

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This mega exhibition has already been presented in New York, Las Vegas, Brussels, Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Milan, Lisbon, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Osaka, Hiroshima, Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Photo: Maxi Failla

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The exhibition will be available until October 16. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Police helmet intervened by Banksy. Photo: Maxi Failla

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More than 70 unique works, including serigraphs, prints, sculptures, drawings and installations. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Banksy is one of the most well-known and controversial artists on the contemporary scene. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Banksy’s work draws on contemporary issues with the language of street art. Photo: Maxi Failla

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An exhibition dedicated to an emblematic artist of our time, whose true identity is unknown. Photo: Maxi Failla

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He combines writing with graffiti and stencils, through satire on politics, pop culture, morality, and war. Photo: Maxi Failla

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It pays tribute to New York street art, born in the 70s. Photo: Maxi Failla

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The Banksy phenomenon did not come out of nowhere but feeds on historical artistic traditions and aesthetics. Photo: Maxi Failla

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It is recommended to take the tour of the exhibition with the free audio guide for smartphones. Photo: Maxi Failla

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Behind his anonymity, still unrevealed today, Banksy brings parody, sometimes humor, and references to consumerism, rats, war, politics to his works. Photo: Maxi Failla

Font: Clarion

“Banksy, Genius or Hooligan”