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The World Of Banksy
Updated on 06 May 2021

The World Of Banksy exhibition is a stunning art exhibition that showcases the encapsulating artwork by renowned graffiti artist Banksy.

The exhibition, in collaboration with Dubai Culture and Arts Authority along with Vardar Entertainment, to brings the works of Banksy to art enthusiasts at the Art Centre at the Mall of the Emirates.  

Banksy's work covers various walls all across cities and countries in the world and the exhibition will feature fan favourites including 'The Girl with a Balloon', 'The Flower Thrower' and 'The Mobile Lovers'.

In addition to Banksy's works, Philippe Bernaerts, a famous Belgian photographer, will feature documentary pictures about street and city atmospheres within the exhibition.

A special project dedicated to Dubai will also be featured at the exhibition.

Four graduates in fine and visual arts will also display their artwork at the exhibition with tickets for the show coming out at a later date.

The World of Banksy is currently open to the public till 30 June.

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