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Cut It Out by Banksy, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®One Wednesday in mid-October a tall, bearded man, looking slightly scruffy in a dark overcoat, scarf and the sort of floppy hat that cricketers used to wear, walked into Tate Britain clutching quite a large paper carrier bag. Banksy, for it was he, walked straight past the security guards, who were probably more worried about what visitors might be taking out than what they were bringing in, and made his way unchecked up to Room 7 on the second level. It was a well-chosen spot that he must have researched beforehand. For it is not a gallery you simply stumble into: there is no direct entry from a main corridor, you have to go through another gallery to reach it. It is usually quite quiet there, which allows the museum attendant to move in and out between galleries rather than having to sit covering just the one room. Having chosen his gallery, next he had to choose his spot on the wall.
Banksy in New York
In I found myself back in New York. I had been travelling around the Middle East with my brother after my father had passed on, and had stopped in Bristol for the summer. I had this unquenchable lust to be back in New York and even though I only had a small amount of money left, I got myself on a plane and headed over the Atlantic. By now I felt I had developed a relationship with the place, having first visited New York in the harsh winter after John Lennon was shot down in Those were the days when you would see a subway train screeching into a station that had been bombed covered in graffiti massively inside and out. They were like living, breathing works of art coming at you non-stop. When the doors sprang open, every square inch was tagged.
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