Banksy revealed all the timber and fixtures from his so-called Bemusement Park will be sent to the camp which is home to thousands.Read the full story ›
The mural showing a donkey having its identification papers checked by an armed Israeli soldier was spray-painted onto a wall in Bethlehem.Read the full story ›
The website for graffiti artist Banksy's Dismaland theme park has crashed again as fans rush to book tickets online.Read the full story ›
Millions of hopeful art fans received error messages under the weight of online interest in the graffiti artist's Dismaland Bemusement Park.Read the full story ›
Banksy is to open his latest exhibition, Dismaland - featuring satirical art and sculptures from various artists - after months of secrecy.Read the full story ›
The artist used the cover of filming a new Hollywood film to set up the new pop-up show at a disused lido in Weston-super-Mare.Read the full story ›
Banksy paints murals around Gaza and release short film showing the squalid conditions in the Palestinian enclave.Read the full story ›
The mural itself and the satellite dish have been granted listed status in Cheltenham, but the phone booth at the centre could be removed.Read the full story ›
A security fence has been erected around Banksy's 'Spy Booth' artwork two weeks ahead of a ruling on granting it listed status.
Workers from Cheltenham Borough Council erected the protective fencing around the mural which depicts three 1950s agents using devices to tap into conversations at a telephone box.
The application for listed status will be considered by the council's planning committee on February 19.
If approved, the painting could be made untouchable, including the phone box and satellite dish that give the mural context.
The artwork appeared last April in Fairview Road, just a few miles from the UK's surveillance network GCHQ.
Two months later, the owners of the house claimed the artwork had been sold and workmen arrived to remove it.
But work was ordered to stop when a community group - backed by local millionaire Hekmat Kaveh - applied for it to be included into the building's Grade II* listed status.
A Banksy mural, possibly worth thousands of pounds, has been erased by a council in Essex after a complaint that it was "racist".Read the full story ›