The largest exhibition of Banksy works ever assembled, War Capitalism & Liberty, will debut in Rome on Tuesday. The show, which includes the refugee image of Steve Jobs, spans the career of the mystery graffiti artist, political activist, and film director.
Mostly prints, the art critically examines the intersection of war and consumerism, the first time a major collection of Banksy has been curated from private collectors. The non-profit exhibition comes just one year after the artist (who’s not affiliated with the show) opened Dismaland, a dark send-up of amusement parks.
Palazzo Cipolla, Rome, May 24 – September 4, 2016
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May 27, 2016
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