'The Art Of Banksy' Unofficial Exhibition, Tesla Loft Budapest

  • 21 Jan 2020 10:09 AM
'The Art Of Banksy' Unofficial Exhibition, Tesla Loft Budapest
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Now on until 30 April. After touring the world from Auckland to Toronto and beyond, apparently with great success, this unofficial Banksy exhibition will show in Budapest from 1 February.

“The Art of Banksy exhibition is bringing us the art seen on chipped plaster, empty brick walls or bleak overpasses from many parts of the world to the exhibition space and displays the unknown genius’s creations in a rethought way...

So the art’s essential message is conveyed through the form of paintings, photos, prints compressed in an exciting exhibition experience.”

- Zoltán Sáfár, founder and owner of Godot Contemporary Art Institute, quoted in a brochure about the exhibition.

It's worth noting that the world most famous living anonymous artist has not authorized nor curated the exhibition.

The official website of Banksy states, “Members of the public should be aware there has been a recent spate of Banksy exhibitions, none of which are consensual. They‘ve been organised entirely without the artist’s knowledge or involvement.”

Opening hours:
Daily, 9 pm - 8 pm

HUF 3,230 - 4,900

Tesla Loft 
1075 Budapest,
Kazinczy u. 21.

Godot Contemporary Art Institute


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