7. Get a chronological A-Z of some of #Banksy’s most #subversive work 🖼 Just off of Seven Dials, this exhibition spans the last two decades of…

7. Get a chronological A-Z of some of #Banksy’s most #subversive work 🖼 Just off of Seven Dials, this exhibition spans the last two decades of Banksy’s work. It’s been well-curated too: we’re provided with #social #commentary and context to what we’re looking at, as well as some great anecdotes from people that have known him well over the years. “Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable”. I’m sure Banksy is low-key rolling his eyes at us quoting him but ah, well. He shakes us out of our day-to-day #stupor. Really the only slight drawback is the irony of paying to see work by an artist who has always sought to make his works accessible to all… The event is unauthorised too and we aren’t too sure where the ticket proceeds go 💷🤑 📆 Until end of May 2022
⏱ Plan at least 1.5 hours
👏🏽Friends, take yourself on a date
🌻9/10 – owing to the irony
📍Seven Dials WC2H
♿️ Fully accessible & concessions #SBL #DryJanuary #London #Adventure #DayOut #WhatToDo #WhatToDoInLondon #Inspo #Art #Graffiti #ExploreLondon #Exhibition #FunInLondon #BucketList .
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. (Accessibility: picture one is of the red brick building where the exhibition is held, large white block layers spell out “BANKSY”. Picture two is of Banksy’s leopard escaping a bar code cage. Picture three is of Lady Di on a £10 note. Picture four is of Banksy’s “There’s an elephant in the room” reflection. Picture five is of punk rock festival-goers queuing up to buy $30 “Destroy Capitalism” t-shirts)