Banksy-inspired art exhibit 'Banksyland' makes it way to Orlando this fall

Immerse yourself in the artistic mind and world of Banksy in an all new exhibition

click to enlarge The Banksy-inspired exhibit "Banksyland" comes to Orlando this fall. - Photo via Banksy / Official website
Photo via Banksy / Official website
The Banksy-inspired exhibit "Banksyland" comes to Orlando this fall.

An all-new art show of work by and inspired by world-renowned and anonymous graffiti artist Banksy is coming to Orlando on Nov. 11-13. The exhibition Banksyland will display authenticated work by the artist, as well as pieces that analyze the mystique and cultural impact made by Banksy.

The show will feature more than 80 pieces of work from the artist himself, including original studio works, never-before-seen pieces (uh-oh) and salvaged street pieces on steel or concrete, including Banksy's famous "Rat" graffitis.

The exhibition will also contain signed and authenticated editions of Banksy's most iconic paintings, such as "Smiling Copper," "Love Is in the Air," "Girl With Balloon" and "Happy Chopper." There will be original editions from displays of Dismaland, Gross Domestic Product and the Walled-off Hotel as well.

click to enlarge "Banksyland" will feature more than 80 pieces of art. - Photo via Banksy / Official website
Photo via Banksy / Official website
"Banksyland" will feature more than 80 pieces of art.

The exhibit is an unauthorized show of Banksy's art, which he does not endorse. However, the organizer intends to gather Banksy's work from private collections and display it for worldwide viewing across different locations, for audiences who may not have the chance to see his work in situ.

The multimedia exhibition is currently on a yearlong tour, with multiple sold-out engagements. The tour began in Portland, Oregon, in April of this year.

In a style most true to Banksy, the location of the art exhibit has yet to be released. However, ticket buyers will receive the event location, said to be in the downtown Orlando area, one to two weeks before the exhibit's date.

General admission tickets (at this link) are $29, and VIP experience tickets $59. Student admission tickets are $22, with the use of a valid ID at the show's entry.
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