Limited edition Palestine lithograph by Banksy, stamp by the Walled Off Hotel on the front and back corner, edition of 3000 pieces but only a few of them are stamps on both side of the lithograph and complete with the certificate of The Walled Off Hotel stamp and dated.
Sold with the certificate of the Walled Off Hotel signed and dated.
Sold with a professional mounted reverso frame. The frame is thick enough to make it stand up like a sculpture.
(possibility to sold it without the frame for a lower shipping cost).
Condition : As new
Dimension : with the frame 73 cm x 53 cm (28.7 in x 20.9 in) / without the frame 59 cm x 42 cm (23,2 in x 16,5 in).
Provenance : The Walled Off Hotel
Edition : 3000 pieces, was given for 3 days only during the World Travel Fair (1000 by day) the rest who wasn't give for the fair went back to the Walled Off Hotel for been sold inside the hotel (these one are the only who was stamps and sold with the WOH receipt)
Recently (6 October 2018), the Banksy artwork Girl With Balloons was the subject of a world price record on Sotheby's Auction with a hammer price of 1150000£.
The Palestine lithography is a Banksy historic piece that will increase in value with time.
Shipping : Will be sent in a solid box with tracking number, insurance and acknowledgment of receipt.
More information about Banksy:
Arguably the most controversial street artist in the world, Banksy has developed an entire art subculture devoted to his works. Banksy’s art can impact any location at any given moment. His identity remains unknown, even after over 20 years of being involved with the graffiti scene. He has worked with many different types of street art media and street art types. His work not only includes many powerful, often controversial images, but they may also be found throughout the Internet as viral images. Banksy began his graffiti art lifestyle by admiring the works of Blek Le Rat and often recycling his old ideas. He has been very active in the graffiti scene since the early 1990s. Banksy is from the same booming of urban artists as Shepard Fairey (Obey), Ben Eine, Pure Evil, Ludo, Rero, C215, Jef Aérosol, JR, Swoon, Orlinksi, Speedy Graphito, Vhils, Ming, Ferrari, Rolex, Piguet, Ernest Pignon Ernest, Picasso, Atari, Panier, Hirst, Koons, Vu, D Face, Ron, Murakami, Shrigley, Polock, Koons, Dubuffet, Matisse, Delaunay, Buffet, Kapoor, Wesselmann, Dine, Hockney, Kapoor, et Os Gemeos. Initially, he hung around a graffiti crew in Bristol by the name of DryBreadZ crew or DBZ. Soon after, he teamed up with Inkie, another notable graffiti street artist. By the age of 18, Banksy began to develop stencils after nearly being caught vandalizing public spaces by the police. As his crew fled from the scene, Banksy was stuck hiding beneath a garbage truck. It was at this time that Banksy saw stencil letters on the truck. Looking for a faster way to paint, Banksy decided stencilling would be his new graffiti type. The most common form of street art Banksy uses are stencils. These are often in the form of multi-layered stencils and/or combined with other media sources, such as spray-paint. He also includes anything found in the streets like street signs and other objects to convey his message by crafting beautiful street art installations. His artwork is often satirical and combines dark humour with graffiti and also spreads messages across art, philosophy, and politics. By the early 2000s, Banksy relocated to London, where he began to gain notoriety and even worked on a series of international exhibits. Eventually, he decided to travel to Palestine and the West Bank, where he stencilled nine images on the Bethlehem Wall. These images were an instant hit and virally exploded in the Internet. At this time, Banksy’s silkscreen prints and stencil paintings were racking up record-breaking sales in art auctions such as Sotheby’s and Bonham’s of London. These successful sales officially broke him into the commercial business. In 2010 Banksy became a successful author and filmmaker for the film “Exit Through the Gift Shop’. Banksy is one of the most popular urban artist and sells in the most popular auctions in the world alongside Seth, Basquiat, Miss-Tic , Mr Chat, JonOne, Zevs, Dran, Stik, Soulages, Mathieu, Mr Brainwash, Kaws, Roa, Blu, Dolk, Toy, Bearbrick, Ai Weiwei, Dali, Hartung, Francis, Roy Lichtenstein, Haring, Combas, Warhol, Mesnager, Levalet, Blek Le Rat and Brusk. Very little is known about Banksy himself, as he refuses to be interviewed and keeps his identity. A world-renowned mystery man, Banksy has risen through the ranks to become one of the world's greatest street artists partly by creating an urgency to understand his character. Street art fanatics are consistently satisfied with every piece of art he delivers, though he often leaves them wanting more. This tactic carries one's curiosity to explore a completely new perspective or idea, leaving his artistic creations to inspire beginning and advanced artists. This inspiration is also known as the ‘Banksy Effect’. The media and his supporters have always questioned Banksy’s identity due to a variety of identity claims. Most recently, many popular theories, including an entire newspaper publication, pointed his identity at being a Bristol native by the name of Robin Gunninham. If this is theory holds true, it will allow even greater insight into the artistic world Banksy inhibits. What is even more interesting is that he has managed to completely conceal his identity from his family. To this date, no Banksy identity claim has ever been definitive. In Summer 2015, Banksy organised a temporary art project called Dismaland, a dystopian theme park built in the seaside resort town of Weston-super-Mare, in England. Prepared in secret, the project unveiled 10 new works by Banksy and the pieces from 58 other artists. Banksy’s artwork has been seen across the world. His travels have included Australia, England, the United States, Israel, Jamaica, and even Canada. Most recently, he spent an entire month glamorizing New York City with his street art, which grabbed the attention of thousands every day.
- Título de la obra
- Sello de hotel amurallado en la parte delantera y trasera, Sello del artista
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 59×42 cm
- Dimensiones totales
- 73×53×73 cm
- Vendido con marco