…any clue about who is behind the Banksy-like graffiti in Achill?
UPDATE: It seems Banksy (or some class of a Banksy) was on the island over the weekend and this is one of at least three stencils.
Pearl Kelly looking at four of Banksy’s works on exhibit and for sale at the opening of Art Source
RDS Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.
Via Art Source
The largest collection of Banksy’s work exhibited on public show in Ireland opened today at Ireland’s premier art fair Art Source, which runs until Sunday at the RDS.
Gormleys Fine Art are showing screen prints by the anonymous British-based artist and political activist whose original piece Devolved Parliament recently sold for €10.9m.
Twelve Banksy pieces will be on display ranging from €10,850 for I Fought The Law to an unsigned print of Girl With A Balloon valued at €120,000, along with works by Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst.
Pic: Robbie Reynolds
Dublin city centre (unspecified location)
Original Banksy up for auction in Dublin on the 12th November. On display from Friday 9th to Monday 12th at the RHA, Ely Place, D2. Guiding 30k-40k
A new Banksy outside the French embassy in London – depicting the tear gassing of refugees at the so-called ‘Jungle’ in Calais – being covered up.
Banksy’s artwork included, for the first time, a QR code beneath it – allowing viewers to link to and watch an online video of a raid on the camp by police on January 5.
Previously: ‘We’d Settle For Animal Rights’
Via Jon Scammell
Banksy-esqe road sign graffiti outside Bow Street Academy for Screen Acting in Smithfield, Dublin.
Shimmy Marcus, Bow Street Academy creative director, writes:
We actually have a Banksy mural inside the school so these will be a welcome addition….