For the next room in my eclectic online gallery, I've curated some pieces from the Banksy exhibition held in Bristol in 2009. Over the course of a few months hundreds of thousands of people queued to see the world-famous "graffiti" artist's takeover of the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery.
These pictures represent a flavour of the show, although after queuing for two hours my actual time in the gallery before it closed was limited. As well as the main exhibition, there were a number of guerrilla pieces round the rest of the building - a fake poo on a plate in the ceramics exhibition, a "collector's" plate with cats on amongst the historic porcelain, a dildo inserted into a row of stalagmites in the geology section.
|The exhibition's Information Desk|
|What does a Bishop wear under his Cassock?|
|Not on Canvas Any More...|
|Improved Spot Painting - Damien Hirst and "Local Artist"|
|No caption required!|
For previous posts featuring Banksy, just follow this link and this one too. There's also more on the exhibition on the BBC website.