Pseudonymous England-based graffiti artist, political activist, and painter
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Louis Theroux met Banksy at a football match
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Stolen Banksy artwork found in Italian farmhouse
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Banksy artwork stolen from Bataclan found in Italy
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Artist Banksy has new take on toppled statue of English slave traderThe toppling of a statue of a 17th century slave trader in the English port city of Bristol was hailed by some as a long-overdue reckoning with Britain's imperalist past and denounced by others as a..
Britain's Banksy depicts U.S. flag on fire in Floyd tributeReclusive British street artist Banksy published a new artwork online on Saturday which depicts the United States flag being set alight by a candle that forms part of a memorial to an anonymous, black,..
Banksy's 'Girl with a Pierced Eardrum' gains a coronavirus face maskBanksy's "Girl with a Pierced Eardrum" has been updated for the coronavirus era with the addition of a blue surgical face mask.
Monkey business at Bansky's Bethlehem hotel masks coronavirus fearsBritish artist Banksy's hotel in Bethlehem brought a touch of humor to the West Bank town by strapping a surgical mask to the model monkey bellhop at its entrance as coronavirus fears grip residents..
Banksy's 'Scar of Bethlehem' nativity unveiled in West Bank hotelBritish street artist Banksy has brought a somber Christmas spirit to a hotel he founded in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, with a nativity scene evoking the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Banksy artwork is now under floodwater in VeniceA Banksy artwork depicting a migrant child signaling for help is now partially underwater due to "apocalyptic" flooding in Venice
Banksy painting of British lawmakers as chimps sells for millions"Devolved Parliament" depicts the House of Commons populated by primates
Banksy opens pop-up "store" in feud with greeting card companyGuerrilla artist says he's launched the storefront exhibition in south London for the "least poetic reason"