>>>Banksy in depth, in the Italian capital

Banksy in depth, in the Italian capital

‘War, capitalism and freedom’: these are the three key concepts of this exhibition of more than 150 works by urban artist Banksy. You can see them until 4 September, at Fondazione Roma. The exhibition, the biggest ever dedicated to the artist, contains pieces that have never been shown before, on loan from private collections.

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