THE SECOND PRINCIPLE OF BANKSY - artworks of an artist called Banksy

From 22.11.2019 (All day) to 13.04.2020 (All day)
Palazzo Ducale
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The exhibitions are suspended until 13 April 2020 in accordance with Dpcm 198 of 8 March 2020.
War, capitalism and freedom are current issues addressed by this exhibition, by using the artworks of the internationally famous street artist named Bansky. The exhibition is curated by Stefano Antonelli and Gianluca Marziani, and includes paintings, limited edition prints, sculptures and rare items, many of which will be exposed for the first time.            
The exhibition will be enriched by an infographic about the history of the artist, large historical boards about the works with photografic documentation, texts on the wall with his quotes taken from books, the original «black books», original posters of his exhibitions, counterfait money, the «I am an imbecile» hot air balloons used at Dismaland and some videos.
Banksy is one of the most criticised but also celebrated artists of our time. His powerful images and provocative messages have attracted an international public since his appearence on the artistic scene in the late 90’s. His artwork is a mixture ogf humor and deep sense of humanity, it is created for the wide audience and it can give a voice to everyone who feels left out by the society, everyone whose needs are often unexpressed or unheard. As a street artist, his artistic means go from the canvas to the screen printings, from the sculpture to the large installations. His willingness to reamin anonymous and his refusal to compromise confirm the fact that is impossibile to precisely define his artistic personality and his artworks. The exhibition is made possible thanks to the loan provided by international private lenders; it is a unique occasion to appreciate and to experience a bit more the artist and his incredible technical ability which is the main feature of hi sentire artistic production. 
Exhibition produced by “Metamorfosi”.


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