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Kolejne prace Banksy'ego na aukcji (5)

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“We can’t guarantee that our four Banksy’s will automatically shred or explode but they will sell to the highest bidder!” said Darren Julien, President/Chief Executive Officer of Julien’s Auctions. Julien’s Auctions, the world record-breaking auction house, has announced that the fall edition of its biannual Street and Contemporary Art Auction will take place November 14, 2018 at Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles and live online at www.juliensauctions.com Front and center will be a piece of one of the most talked about street artists in the news today-Banksy-whose latest at auction made headlines around the world when the work shredded itself seconds after the gavel came down for £1million. Slave Labour (Bunting Boy) is a black and white aerosol on concrete piece (top photo), embellished with plastic flags executed by Banksy in May 2012 on the outer wall of a Poundland discount store in Wood Green, London (estimate: $600,000-$800,000). The piece is mounted on a custom platform and is accompanied by a clear protective case. Slave Labour depicts a young child on his knees at a sewing machine, diligently producing a string of Union Jack bunting. It is believed to have been created by Banksy as a protest against the use of sweatshops for the manufacture of souvenirs commemorating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 upcoming Summer Olympics in London. One of the most publicized and poignant examples of Banksy’s social commentary, Slave Labour helped bring international attention to the exploitation of youth. Other notable Banksy works are also featured in the sale including Crazy Horse (estimate: $100,000-$125,000) , TV Girl (estimate: $40,000-$60,000) and Applause ($10,000-$15,000). Crazy Horse, a 2013
 aerosol on car door with orange traffic cone installation was produced in New York City’s Lower East Side, consisted of two heavily painted vehicles depicting a stampede of horses bearing down on a huddled group of terrified people, and
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Julien's/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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“We can’t guarantee that our four Banksy’s will automatically shred or explode but they will sell to the highest bidder!” said Darren Julien, President/Chief Executive Officer of Julien’s Auctions. Julien’s Auctions, the world record-breaking auction house, has announced that the fall edition of its biannual Street and Contemporary Art Auction will take place November 14, 2018 at Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles and live online at www.juliensauctions.com Front and center will be a piece of one of the most talked about street artists in the news today-Banksy-whose latest at auction made headlines around the world when the work shredded itself seconds after the gavel came down for £1million. Slave Labour (Bunting Boy) is a black and white aerosol on concrete piece (top photo), embellished with plastic flags executed by Banksy in May 2012 on the outer wall of a Poundland discount store in Wood Green, London (estimate: $600,000-$800,000). The piece is mounted on a custom platform and is accompanied by a clear protective case. Slave Labour depicts a young child on his knees at a sewing machine, diligently producing a string of Union Jack bunting. It is believed to have been created by Banksy as a protest against the use of sweatshops for the manufacture of souvenirs commemorating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 upcoming Summer Olympics in London. One of the most publicized and poignant examples of Banksy’s social commentary, Slave Labour helped bring international attention to the exploitation of youth. Other notable Banksy works are also featured in the sale including Crazy Horse (estimate: $100,000-$125,000) , TV Girl (estimate: $40,000-$60,000) and Applause ($10,000-$15,000). Crazy Horse, a 2013
 aerosol on car door with orange traffic cone installation was produced in New York City’s Lower East Side, consisted of two heavily painted vehicles depicting a stampede of horses bearing down on a huddled group of terrified people, and
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Julien's/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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“We can’t guarantee that our four Banksy’s will automatically shred or explode but they will sell to the highest bidder!” said Darren Julien, President/Chief Executive Officer of Julien’s Auctions. Julien’s Auctions, the world record-breaking auction house, has announced that the fall edition of its biannual Street and Contemporary Art Auction will take place November 14, 2018 at Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles and live online at www.juliensauctions.com Front and center will be a piece of one of the most talked about street artists in the news today-Banksy-whose latest at auction made headlines around the world when the work shredded itself seconds after the gavel came down for £1million. Slave Labour (Bunting Boy) is a black and white aerosol on concrete piece (top photo), embellished with plastic flags executed by Banksy in May 2012 on the outer wall of a Poundland discount store in Wood Green, London (estimate: $600,000-$800,000). The piece is mounted on a custom platform and is accompanied by a clear protective case. Slave Labour depicts a young child on his knees at a sewing machine, diligently producing a string of Union Jack bunting. It is believed to have been created by Banksy as a protest against the use of sweatshops for the manufacture of souvenirs commemorating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 upcoming Summer Olympics in London. One of the most publicized and poignant examples of Banksy’s social commentary, Slave Labour helped bring international attention to the exploitation of youth. Other notable Banksy works are also featured in the sale including Crazy Horse (estimate: $100,000-$125,000) , TV Girl (estimate: $40,000-$60,000) and Applause ($10,000-$15,000). Crazy Horse, a 2013
 aerosol on car door with orange traffic cone installation was produced in New York City’s Lower East Side, consisted of two heavily painted vehicles depicting a stampede of horses bearing down on a huddled group of terrified people, and
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Julien's/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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“We can’t guarantee that our four Banksy’s will automatically shred or explode but they will sell to the highest bidder!” said Darren Julien, President/Chief Executive Officer of Julien’s Auctions. Julien’s Auctions, the world record-breaking auction house, has announced that the fall edition of its biannual Street and Contemporary Art Auction will take place November 14, 2018 at Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles and live online at www.juliensauctions.com Front and center will be a piece of one of the most talked about street artists in the news today-Banksy-whose latest at auction made headlines around the world when the work shredded itself seconds after the gavel came down for £1million. Slave Labour (Bunting Boy) is a black and white aerosol on concrete piece (top photo), embellished with plastic flags executed by Banksy in May 2012 on the outer wall of a Poundland discount store in Wood Green, London (estimate: $600,000-$800,000). The piece is mounted on a custom platform and is accompanied by a clear protective case. Slave Labour depicts a young child on his knees at a sewing machine, diligently producing a string of Union Jack bunting. It is believed to have been created by Banksy as a protest against the use of sweatshops for the manufacture of souvenirs commemorating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 upcoming Summer Olympics in London. One of the most publicized and poignant examples of Banksy’s social commentary, Slave Labour helped bring international attention to the exploitation of youth. Other notable Banksy works are also featured in the sale including Crazy Horse (estimate: $100,000-$125,000) , TV Girl (estimate: $40,000-$60,000) and Applause ($10,000-$15,000). Crazy Horse, a 2013
 aerosol on car door with orange traffic cone installation was produced in New York City’s Lower East Side, consisted of two heavily painted vehicles depicting a stampede of horses bearing down on a huddled group of terrified people, and
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Julien's/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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“We can’t guarantee that our four Banksy’s will automatically shred or explode but they will sell to the highest bidder!” said Darren Julien, President/Chief Executive Officer of Julien’s Auctions. Julien’s Auctions, the world record-breaking auction house, has announced that the fall edition of its biannual Street and Contemporary Art Auction will take place November 14, 2018 at Julien’s Auctions in Los Angeles and live online at www.juliensauctions.com Front and center will be a piece of one of the most talked about street artists in the news today-Banksy-whose latest at auction made headlines around the world when the work shredded itself seconds after the gavel came down for £1million. Slave Labour (Bunting Boy) is a black and white aerosol on concrete piece (top photo), embellished with plastic flags executed by Banksy in May 2012 on the outer wall of a Poundland discount store in Wood Green, London (estimate: $600,000-$800,000). The piece is mounted on a custom platform and is accompanied by a clear protective case. Slave Labour depicts a young child on his knees at a sewing machine, diligently producing a string of Union Jack bunting. It is believed to have been created by Banksy as a protest against the use of sweatshops for the manufacture of souvenirs commemorating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the 2012 upcoming Summer Olympics in London. One of the most publicized and poignant examples of Banksy’s social commentary, Slave Labour helped bring international attention to the exploitation of youth. Other notable Banksy works are also featured in the sale including Crazy Horse (estimate: $100,000-$125,000) , TV Girl (estimate: $40,000-$60,000) and Applause ($10,000-$15,000). Crazy Horse, a 2013
 aerosol on car door with orange traffic cone installation was produced in New York City’s Lower East Side, consisted of two heavily painted vehicles depicting a stampede of horses bearing down on a huddled group of terrified people, and
=MANDATORY CREDIT: Julien's/Cover Images. Only for use in this story. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission
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