Banksy’s stay in Paris has been a productive one. On 28 June, Banksy’s Instagram confirmed eight new stencils.
“Fire door, Bataclan”
Detail – “Fire door, Bataclan”
“Fifty years since the uprising in Paris 1968. The birthplace of modern stencil art”
“Porte de la Chapelle, migrant’s soup kitchen.”
“LIBERTÉ, ÉGALITÉ, CABLE TV”
As reported by Street Art News (www.streetartnews.net) the following two pieces did appear in Paris at the same time and in the same area, but, they haven’t been confirmed yet. Judging by style, execution and the political content they ought to be authentic.
A typical NY Stock Exchange broker running away with a pile of cash is the latest of recent NY-pieces to be confirmed by http://www.banksy.co.uk. According to several sources it was painted around 10 March, at the same time as the “seal” and the “mean real-estate developer”.
The seal was painted at the same abandoned gas station in Midwood, Brooklyn as the Trump “gentrification” piece. According to locals, both pieces were painted around 10 March. The seal uses the remaining part of the Mobil gas station logo as his ball.
Image: Banksy’s Instagram
Banksy continues his New York session 2018 with another large mural, this time in Brooklyn. The piece depicts a typical real-estate developer equipped with a hardhat and a graph instead of a whip in his hand. A reference to Mr. Trump’s beginnings as heir to the vast real estate empire founded by his father Fred Trump?
Image: Banksy’s Instagram
The piece is located in Brooklyn, at Coney Island Avenue and Avenue I.
A 22-meter long mural was unveiled on 15 March in New York in support of jailed Turkish painter Zehra Dogan.
“I really feel for her. I’ve painted things much more worthy of a custodial sentence,” Banksy said in a statement to the New York Times.
The piece was made in collaboration with street artist Borf and can be found at the corner of Houston Street and the Bowery
Banksy is back in New York with his first piece since October 2013. It’s a brilliantly executed “rat-in-the-clock”, a theme which has been used a few times before, most recently at The Walled Off Hotel. The piece can be found on 6th Av, a few blocks south of Empire State Building.
Image from Banksy’s Instagram
On 3 December there were two street art pieces unveiled. The first one depicts two angels trying to open up the Segregation Wall with a crowbar. Supposedly it was painted some days ago but hidden from the public eye with a banner. The second one is a text-based stencil with a sharp message in the center of Bethlehem.
Both are yet to be confirmed by banksy.co.uk or his Instagram account. According to well-informed sources, they are authentic.