Banksy may well be the most influential Urban Artist alive. Though his stencils figures and his painted walls, he aims to provoke reflection upon the contradictions of contemporary society.
During Banksy's visit to California in 2008, the artist painted The Caveman on a wall of a relative of Guetta family who initiates Banksy’s exit through the gift shop.
We are very happy that this masterpiece, which saved by the owner, was finally transported and to be able to be seen again in the Design District.
This work is reproduced in the book ‘Banksy. You Are an Acceptable Level of Threat and If You Were Not You Would Know About It’ Gary Shove (Editor), Patrick Potter, published in 2014.
The caveman, 2008
Stencil and colored spray
on a concrete wall in a metal frame
86 x 50 x 12 in. – 218.4 x 127 x 30.5 cm.
Private Collection, Los Angeles
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