The exhibition Banksy. A Visual Protest is the first Banksy exhibition to be shown in Finland opening at Serlachius Museums in May 2021. The exhibition will be an extensive survey of the early art of Banksy.
Banksy. A Visual Protest focus will be on Banksy’s early output: graphics and record covers. The exhibition is complemented by a multimedia overview of street art the artist has made around the world, some of which has already been lost.
The exhibition has previously been seen in Milan and Rome and is curated by Gianni Mercurio, a curator specialising in pop and street art. This is not an official Banksy exhibition, as it has not been authorised by the artist himself. However, all the exhibition works are authenticated Banksy works from different collections.
BANKSY. A VISUAL PROTEST The world’s most famous street artist Art Museum Gösta 15th May — 10th October 2021 FREE entry The exhibition has been produced in cooperation with 24 Ore Cultura of Milan,
Art the Arms Fair intends to expose the DSEI arms fair, which is held with the support of the UK Government in London every two years. One of the world’s largest arms fairs, DSEI opens its doors for one reason only – to push for as many arms sales as possible, including to official delegations from countries with poor human rights records and those involved in conflict.
English artist Damien Hirst’s latest project, “The Currency”, is an artwork in two forms. Its physical form is 10,000 unique hand-painted A4 sheets covered in colourful dots. In the same way as paper money, each sheet includes a holographic image of Hirst, a signature, a microdot and – in place of a serial number – a small individual message.