Bristol’s very own anonymous street artist, Banksy, has often been at the forefront of many of the art industries significant moments in recent years. In fact, after already shredding one of his sold art pieces and painting on Israel’s controversial West Bank barrier, the unknown figure is set to launch an exhibition is Taiwan for the first time ever.

Specifically, a total of 25 artworks will be on display, most notably you can expect pieces such as the artist’s Chequebook Vandalism (2003) spray-painted stencil on card, CCCP (2003) multicolored screen print on woven paper and the iconic Girl with Balloon (2004) screenprint in black and red on wove paper.

Take a look at a few of the pieces that will be on display below, if you like what you see then head down to the following address between the 16th and 24th of March to visit the exhibition yourself.

Bellavista B1 Gallery
No. 28, Song Ren Rd.
Xinyi District, Taipei

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