Banksy's 'Christmas Ghetto' art store open for business

Dublin Core

Titre

Banksy's 'Christmas Ghetto' art store open for business

Sujet

Store - controverse - commercialisation - Banksy

Description

Cet article traite de l'ouverture par Banksy d'un concept store éphémère où il vend ses oeuvres dont le thème tourne autour de Noël.

Encore un coup ironique de la part de Banksy.
Il ira jusqu'à exprimer ses intentions commerciales :
"I felt the spirit of Christmas was being lost - it was being increasingly uncommercialised and more and more to do with religion. So we decided to open our own shop and sell pointless stuff you didn't need."

Créateur

Journaliste anonyme du site Web Mail Online

Source

Christmas Ghetto

Éditeur

Published by Associated Newspapers Ltd

Date

01/12/2006

Droits

© Associated Newspapers Ltd


Langue

Anglais

Type

Web Page
Journal

Spatial Coverage

Londres

Temporal Coverage

Décembre 2005

Zotero

Auteur

anonyme

Type de contenu

Web Page

Abstract Note

Santa rechristened as Satan, holding a placard stating: "It's cancelled" and a Michael Jackson lookalike in a reworked drawing of Hansel and Gretel...It can only be guerrilla artist Banksy's Santa's Ghetto, an art gallery opening in Oxford Street

Access Date

2013-12-06 20:56:37

Date

01/12/2006

Langue

Anglais

Titre

Banksy's 'Christmas Ghetto' art store open for business

URL

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-419854/Banksys-Christmas-Ghetto-art-store-open-business.html

Website Title

Mail Online

Website Type

Journal

Website Item Type Metadata

Files

Collection

Citation

Journaliste anonyme du site Web Mail Online, “Banksy's 'Christmas Ghetto' art store open for business,” Les enjeux de la commercialisation du street-art, accessed July 22, 2019, http://tranb300.ulb.ac.be/2013-2014/groupe369/items/show/38.