Through graffiti, Banksy satirizes themes such as war, injustice, poverty, slavery and the hypocrisy of capitalist society.
More than one hundred works by the British artist Banksy can be seen, for the first time, in Moscow, under the exhibition "Banksy: genius or vandal?"which opened this weekend.
Among the works on display are reproductions of graffiti that he has painted in various places around the world, as well as original works, three-dimensional works, photographs and drawings, according to EFE news agency. The exhibition, with works coming from the gallery British Lilley Fine Art, of some contemporary art museums and private collectors from various countries, is evident in the Central House of Artists, in a space of more than two thousand square meters.
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