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Original artworks by Banksy, the world’s most famous street artist, are going on show in Henley later this month.
Organised by concierge firm the Sincura Group, the pop-up exhibition is running at the Old Fire Station Gallery in Market Place from Thursday, July 18, to Tuesday, July 23.
A spokesman for Sincura, which is based in Highfield Lane, Crazies Hill, said: “This is your chance to get up close and personal with these unique pieces and also own your own memorabilia from the show, including books, mugs and gifts.
“For those wishing to own their own Banksy, a limited edition print run of some of his most famous pieces has been created from vectored images of the original murals, the most accurate copies available on the market.”
The public opening of the show will be preceded by a VIP and press evening on Wednesday, July 17.
Admission to the exhibition is free, but cameras and photos will not be permitted inside.
While the exhibition is not authorised by Banksy, or curated in collaboration with the artist, the Sincura Group has been working with the artist’s work for almost a decade.
WHEN: July 18th 1pm – July 23rd 4pm
WHERE: The Old Fire Station Gallery, Market Place, RG9 2AQ Henley on Thames
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