Baku, June 2, AZERTAC
The watchful, ironic and provocative eye of Banksy has arrived in Rome and for the first time in a museum, according to honosart.
Until September 4th, the Palazzo Cipolla helds the exhibition “War, Capitalism & Liberty” dedicated to the British street artist.
A total of 150 works, including original paintings, prints, sculptures and rare objects, coming from private international collections, examine how social and political events of our world are viewed through the street art of Banksy: from his motif of monkeys declaring Laugh Now But One Day I’ll Be in Charge to the chilling image of Kids on Guns.
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