The Man Who Stole Banksy lithograph hand finished (with red acrylic), numbered & signed by hand by Paolo Proserpio. Limited edition of only 15 pieces, sold out.
Condition : New
Size: 50 cm x 40 cm (19.7 inch x 15.7 inch)
Edition : 15 pieces, sold out. Each unique as each was hand finish with red acrylic. This one is the number 06/15.
Actually Paolo and his brother Marco Proserpio produced a movie about Banksy called "The Man Who Stole Banksy".
Then Paolo met Banksy severals times for collaborating on some artworks together.
This one representing the dollar symbolize the trouble that caused money on Banksy street art pieces who was stole from the street to be resold in auction house or art fair.
Delivery: Will be sent in a solid tube with a tracking number, insurance and receipt.
More information the life of Paolo Proserpio:
Milan-based photographer Paolo Proserpio grew up in north Italy. He spends a lot of time travelling abroad in search of subjects. He is specialized in Eastern Europe, Middle East and Central America.
He loves environmental portrait photography and aerial photography.
Now is living in Central America developing personal photo projects about cultures and a project connected with upcycling. He also take photo for Quinceaneras and graduations in remote areas of Nicaragua.
He worked four years with Roma people as a social worker for an italian Foundation.
During this period Paolo drastically improved his communication skills and the common approach with different cultures.
More general informations about Paolo Proserpio :
Paolo Proserpio is one of the pioneering artist of French Street Art (contemporary urban art). He is now internationally famous as one of the major artists of his generation. Since the early 80s, just after the free-figuration movement, the collective memory and walls of Paris were permeated with the colouring and snappy graphics of Speedy Graphito’s ‘Style Graphito’.
SG is an Art creator, Prolific and inventive, SG uses all media (painting, sculpture, installation, photo or video) to create a universal language that transcends his work and time. Developed in themes, exhibitions follow one another always unveiling new and surprising universes. Continuously evolving and reinventing himself, his trademark is a deep and joyful art in often vivid colours, that shakes our perceptions in a playful and ironic way. He does not hesitate to appropriate and divert popular culture imagery, super heroes, and even brands, towards a nearly systematic decryption of our collective subconscious. He then declines the many standards and dictates of our Western cultural identity into as many questions, superimposing a more poetic dimension to the reality of our society.
While SG uses a precise personal imagery dictionary, tangibly connected to Art History, he is often more than inclined to provide its keys. Everyone can find their own desires, a good reason to continue a more personal quest. The themes of childhood and death, always present, give the works a more autobiographical character, inspired by his wanderings and experiences.
- Paolo Proserpio
- Titolo dell'opera
- The Man Who Stole Banksy (Enhanced)
- Finito a mano e numerato a mano, Firmato a mano
- Dimensioni dell’immagine
- 50×40 cm
- Dimensioni totali
- 50×40×50 cm
- Venduto con cornice