Underground guerrilla artist Banksy put on an exhibit at the Bristol's City Museum and Art Gallery. Always looking to showcase and reaffirm his well-crafted reputation as a subversive artist, Banksy has installed his work at the Bristol's City Museum inside a giant burned out ice cream van.
The Telegraph.co.UK newspaper states, "The van, which sits under a giant melted cone, appears alongside dozens of sculptures, oil paintings and his trademark stencils.
The exhibition, called Banksy versus Bristol Museum, consists of more than 100 items, including a sculpture of a riot police officer astride a child's rocking horse and a moving display featuring chicks as chicken nuggets.
An original Damien Hirst painting has a giant stencil of a rat painted over it and part of Banksy's "Bog Henge" - an imitation of the Stonehenge circle made from portable toilets from the Glastonbury Festival - also appears.
A collapsed brick wall lies across the atrium's floor beneath dozens of stencilled subversive satirical and political messages."
‘The people of Bristol have always been very good to me - I decided the best way to show my appreciation was by putting a bunch of old toilets and some live chicken nuggets in their museum…’ Banksy
The exhibit will run from 13 June- 31Aug