Two artworks by the graffiti artist were tampered with in Utah
Donmar Warehouse, London
Better this honest trash than 100 faux-modest round robins
New Yorkers are charging tourists $20 to view a new Banksy work - but the Bristolian street artist commoditised himself long ago anyway
Banksy, the graffiti artist who rose from street scene to become an auctioneers’ darling, may abandon galleries for a return to his roots.
The artist's tour of New York continues with an attack by Syrian rebels on the defenceless Disney elephant
The mobile oasis is part of the artist's month-long 'residency' of New York
The graffiti is part of a month-long show the artist is staging in the city
Officials in the German city of Nuremberg have announced controversial plans to spend up to €70m (£60m) on renovating the city’s vast yet dilapidated Nazi Party rally grounds, used by the documentary filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl as a haunting backdrop for her Hitler propaganda film Triumph of the Will.
Leslie Ross, from Dromore, Co Down quizzed over fatal incidents between 2002 and last year
Tachowa Covington lived in a water tank in the Hollywood hills for seven years; then British graffiti artist Banksy sprayed “this looks a bit like an elephant” on it, and he was thrown out: it’s valuable art now. This is the basic, if troublesome, truth - first reported in The Independent in 2011 - that Tom Wainwright’s play takes as its starting point.
Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones has revealed more plans for a film he has written.
The company who sold the Banksy mural "Slave Labour" have prompted further outcry after a second well-loved artwork was removed from a north London wall yesterday to be put up for auction commercially.
The action is grittier, the stakes (and skirts) raised higher, and the orchestral noises louder than anything else of its time: if Puccini’s realist operas are verismo then Wolf-Ferrari’s 1911 I gioielli della Madonna is verissimo.
Norwich dusts off the red carpet for the return of the prodigal Alan Partridge
Out of America: For 20 years this newly bankrupt city, in the words of a Tamla tunesmith, has really got a hold on me. The recovery is already beginning