Banksy vs. Bristol Museum: Klansman Print Banksy
Banksy vs. Bristol Museum: Klansman Print Banksy
Banksy vs. Bristol Museum: Klansman Print Banksy
Banksy vs. Bristol Museum: Klansman Print Banksy
Banksy vs. Bristol Museum: Klansman Print Banksy
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Banksy vs. Bristol Museum: Klansman

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Original promotional poster from Banksy's Bristol Museum show in 2009, from a set of 4.

Dimensions: 16.5 x 23.5 in / 59 × 42 cm

Medium: Offset lithograph on white satin paper.

Provenance: Invoice from Tate Ward auction house upon request. Comes with Post Modern Vandal certificate of authentication. 

Edition: Open edition (sold out)

Year: 2009

Condition: Excellent, some very minor wear due to handling (see pictures) 


BANKSY VERSUS BRISTOL MUSEUM

In the summer of 2009 Bristol Museum & Art Gallery was taken over by an extraordinary exhibition of works by the infamous Bristol artist Banksy called Banksy versus Bristol Museum. Overnight the museum was transformed into a menagerie of Unnatural History – fishfingers swimming in a gold-fish bowl, hot-dogs and chicken nuggets. Paintings were placed in amongst the historic collections of Old Masters, sculptures and other pieces dotted around throughout the museum displays. The main entrance was transformed into a sculpture hall, accompanied by a burnt out ice-cream van that pumped out an eerie sound-track of warped tunes, whilst a giant ice-cream melted on its roof. Before long, people queued around the block to get into the exhibition, some as long as seven hours just to be part of this unique phenomenon. Over 100 works by the artist – most of which had not been shown before – were displayed.