ul. Berka Joselewicza 21
Over 150 pieces by the most mysterious contemporary artist may be seen in the unique premises of post-industrial interiors of Marcin Jarra’s Plated, Silver, and Metal Products Factory, which dates back to 1886 and covers an area of over a thousand square metres.
Banksy is undoubtedly today’s most famous and controversial street artist. The Banksy Museum resolutely sets out to introduce Banksy and his unusual approach through the creativity he has shown in the streets all over the world. There was no question in the mind of the curating team of simply putting Banksy in frames. Visitors will discover the master of street art in a comprehensive and immersive experience. This exhibition and the Banksy Museum give a new lease of life to Banksy’s street creations – as many of them have disappeared.
A team of international street artists (as anonymous as Banksy) were given the keys to this magical place and transformed it into a journey full of surprises. They will guide you around the world in one single place. The exhibition also features reproductions of some of his studio work, as well as animated visual elements and videos.
Tickets PLN 55, reduced PLN 40
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