Banksy’s ‘Without Limits’ Exhibit

This is where we found ourselves last Sunday (Mother’s Day).

Banksy is the alias for an England-based street artist whose real name and identity remain the subject of speculation. What is clear, to me anyway, is that Banksy uses his art as a means of communicating (and rather loudly in my opinion) his dissatisfaction with certain aspects of society, political situations and/or even particular decisions made by world leaders.

There were many pieces – some famous, others not so famous. Some were shocking, other very provoking. This exhibit had my thoughts going off in many directions all at once and I think that’s the precise reaction Banksy wants. He got it from me.

But it was difficult to capture clear images due to the constantly moving, and changing coloured lighting. I clicked away all the same and here’s a selection of the photos I captured.

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There were many messages but I think the writing on the wall as we left was most appropriate.

I tried to crop out the ‘bad’ words and apologise if I missed any.

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Oh, and I can’t forget to mention that Dean wasn’t sure what the message was in this one.

OMG, we laughed – really hard.

And so did several people nearby.

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Author: Clare

Ever-expanding one star at a time, my cosmos is a galaxy of thoughts and creativity where you can find poetry, short stories, photography and so much more.

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