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Stealing Banksy? at ME London

ME London, the iconic London hotel known for its’ cultural  and artistic collaborations, has announced that it is to host the controversial Stealing Banksy? exhibition.
Stealing Banksy? is the 2014 project exploring the social, legal and moral issues surrounding the sale of street art. Taking place from April 24th before a live auction on 27th at the ME London hotel, in the heart of London, the exhibition will showcase the most expensive collection of Banksy artworks ever assembled under one roof.

In the month leading up to the exhibition, the hotel’s Foster + Partner nine storey high atrium will be home to an iconic Banksy, before the remaining pieces, including No Ball Games, OldSkool, Liverpool Rat, Ballooon Girl, Sperm Alarm, Silent Majority and 2 Rats are installed.  

Having been carefully sourced from around the world, over £5million of the most well-known Banksy artwork, sourced by The Sincura Group, will be on display in the hotel. The exhibition is the culmination of a 12 month project to uncover, salvage and lovingly restore these pieces that have shaped the capital we live in.           

The exhibition will conclude with a live auction of the pieces, to be beamed live across all Meliá’s ME hotels in the world. No Ball Games, the most expensive Banksy restoration to date, is expected to go for £1million, and the profits will be donated to local charities.  

Fabio Gallo, General Manager at ME London comments: “As part of our ongoing commitment to art and culture, we are excited to be hosting the Stealing Banksy Exhibition at ME London. This a unique opportunity to share the city’s rich street art culture with our guests and a one-off chance for Londoners to see 20 pieces that have never been displayed to the public before.”

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