Bristol Museum Postcard Set Postcard Banksy
Bristol Museum Postcard Set Postcard Banksy
Bristol Museum Postcard Set Postcard Banksy
Bristol Museum Postcard Set Postcard Banksy
Bristol Museum Postcard Set Postcard Banksy
Bristol Museum Postcard Set Postcard Banksy
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Bristol Museum Postcard Set

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This is a collection of 10 authentic postcards from Banksy still in its original plastic wrapping and never opened, purchased from the Bristol Museum gift shop during Banky's show in 2009. They are printed on high quality cardstock with the titles on the back such as "Show me the Monet-Banksy 2005" and "Sunflowers of the service station". They offer insightful commentary on contemporary society through modified oil paintings.

Dimensions: 6 x 4.5 inches

Medium: 10 Postcards wrapped in original shrinkwrap.

Provenance: Comes with copy of original museum receipt (see photos).

Edition: Open Edition (Sold Out)

Year: 2009

Condition: Brand New. (The mark at the bottom right is a reflection from the shrink wrap, not a crease on the card)


ARTIST BIO


Banksy (British, born c. 1974/1975) is one of the most well-known, if anonymous, street artists working today. Banksy, the pseudonym adopted by the artist, guards his privacy and the details of his life remain largely unknown to the public. He initially garnered fame for his grafitti, which combines spray paint and stenciling techniques with commercial, political, and contemporary imagery, infused with ironic social commentary and humor. His work first began appearing on walls in and around Bristol and London’s Shoreditch district during the mid-1990s, and he has since gone on to place images on the sides of corporate buildings, billboards, and the Israeli West Bank wall.

The unveiling of a new Banksy works often incorporates pranks or performance. For example, he secretly added his own pieces in museums like the Tate Modern in London or the Paris Louvre, smuggling them in under a coat and discreetly affixing them to a wall. He has also opened gallery shows to the public with specially-bred rats running around the space, and once inserted an inflatable doll dressed as a Guantanamo Bay prisoner into the Disneyland theme park in California.

In 2015, Banksy created a large-scale installation titled Dismaland Bemusement Park, and immersive and fully functional amusement park that featured political commentary on the distribution of wealth, sexism, and the UK government. The park operated from August to September of 2015, was funded by Banksy himself. In addition to his regular graffiti practice, Banksy creates works for several charities, and consistently opens exhibitions to wide audiences and critical acclaim. He lives and works in England.