Banksy in New York | Ray Mock | Gingko press

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New edition of an old favourite - a must for those for 'get' Banksy and those who don't! A great gift. 

Newly reprinted, this title is a day-by-day recounting of Banksy's 2013 New York residency in New York by photographer Ray Mock. Recording not only Banksy's works but the frenzied public and media reactions that accompanied them, Banksy in New York offers a close insight into a famed moment of Banksy-mania, and is a must-have for longtime fans and newcomers alike. 

  • Hardcover
  • 20 x 25 cm
  • 128 pages
  • full colour illustrations

Meet Banksy Since emerging out of Bristol's underground scene in the 1990s, Banksy has shot to worldwide fame, even while maintaining the anonymity lent to him by his pseudonym. He is renowned for his satirical and subversive street art, which often serve as unflinching comments on issues relating to capitalism, policing, and war. His stencil-style graffiti works have developed an intense public and commercial interest, often resulting in the reselling of the walls that they have been painted on.