This is obtained from the private collection of Steve Lazarides - official gallery owner and publisher of Banksy based in London.
Archival framing, double sided with UV Acrylic Glazing
QR code: BNG100968
An original letter is included signed by hand by Steve Lazarides with a corresponding holographic serial number on the frame and letter.
Released by the Bottleneck Gallery who oversaw the framing before the release and guarantees authenticity.
Offset lithograph, produced in 2004.
Framed by Rooq Fine Art Framing in NYC in a double-sided UV plexiglass archive.
Colour offset lithograph on paper. Di-Faced Tenner by Banksy with a portrait of Princess Diana and motto on the front: "I promise to pay the bearer on demand the ultimate price." The back bears the image of Darwin and the statement: “Trust no one.”
From the private collection of Steve Lazarides, Banksy's original art agent. Steve represented Banksy in his early years and brought his art to the attention of the public. The Di-Faced Tenner was created for a public stunt that Banksy had orchestrated, which consisted of depositing a suitcase full of counterfeit money in public during rush hour at Liverpool Tube station in London and the Notting Hill Carnival and Reading Festival. Later that year, an unknown quantity of Tenners was also published during the presentation of the Exhibition of the Ghetto of Santa Claus, held at the Lazarides Gallery. In addition to its fascinating history as an unexecuted public stunt, the Di-Faced Tenner had the honour of being the first artwork by Banksy to enter the private collection of the British Museum.
- Banksy (1974)
- Titolo dell'opera
- Di-Faced Tenner
- Timbrato, lettera di origine
- Eccellenti condizioni
- Dimensioni totali
- 20×27×2 cm