banksy greatest hits exhibition lazinc

London’s Lazinc gallery is about to showcase one of its more notable exhibitions to date, as its co-founder, Steve Lazarides, will be presenting a selection of Banksy's rare artwork.

Steve Lazarides previously worked with Banksy for 11 years, specifically as the elusive artist's personal photographer and gallerist. Having met the anonymous artist in 1997 when he took Banksy's portrait for Sleaze Nation magazine, together they staged some of Banksy’s most well-known exhibitions such as Crude Oil, Barely Legal, and Turf War, before parting ways in 2008.

With the exhibition entitled Banksy, Greatest Hits: 2002-2008, some of the artist’s most well-known artworks will be displayed, including Girl and Balloon (2006), Love Is In The Air (2006), and Show Me the Monet (2005).

Additionally, this presentation will be the first UK exhibition which allows visitors to see Banksy’s work all in one place, from stenciled canvases, unique paintings, limited-edition prints, and many more, which emphasize the artist’s social and political comments in today’s world.

Banksy, Greatest Hits: 2002-2008 will be on display at Lazinc, Mayfair starting July 12 up till August 25. For more details, head on over to Lazinc's website.

Lazinc Sackville 29 Sackville St. Mayfair, London W1S 3DX, UK

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