AMITIAE - Monday 3 August 2014

Banksy at Artsy

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By Graham K. Rogers

Banksy at Artsy

In the middle of June I went to a pre-opening look at the Muebon Street Art show which was being held in the Soy Sauce Factory. I love this type of Art and was pleased to be able to meet some of the artists, who were happy to chat even if I was under their feet. I was able to take a number of photographs of the works before the show opened and put the images online with some comments.

While I was writing the text, I could not resist making comparisons to Banksy, one of the most famous street artists, whose work is highly desirable. I was recently contacted by Jack Laylin who works at Artsy - an online gallery - who had been in part responsible for the Banksy pages on that site (and from where I have borrowed the icon for this page).

Those who are interested in examination of more of the output of Banksy should be interested in the content here, although many of the works are already sold, while others are most certainly out of my range.

I wonder if we could persuade Banksy to come to Bangkok? . . .

See Also:

Banksy pages at Artsy.Net

Graham K. Rogers teaches at the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University in Thailand where he is also Assistant Dean. He wrote in the Bangkok Post, Database supplement on IT subjects. For the last seven years of Database he wrote a column on Apple and Macs. He is now continuing that in the Bangkok Post supplement, Life.



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