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Imprisoned Turkish artist Zehra Doğan smuggles thank-you letter to Banksy from jail.
The artist and journalist Zehra Doğan has sent Banksy a thank-you letter that had to be illegally smuggled out of Turkey’s infamous Diyarbakır prison, where she is serving a 34-month sentence, in orde...

Banksy Shares “Illegal” Letter From Imprisoned Turkish Artist Zehra Dogan
Banksy, Free Zehra Dogan (2018) / via the Houston Bowery Wall Banksy and fellow artist Borf paid tribute to imprisoned Turkish artist Zehra Dogan earlier this year, with a 70-foot mural at the Houston ...

Imprisoned Turkish Artist Smuggles Thank You Note to Banksy
Five months ago the anonymous British artist Banksy and street artist Borf painted a mural protesting the imprisonment of Turkish artist and journalist Zehra Doğan on the corner of Houston Street and ...

Imprisoned Kurdish Artist Pens Thank You Letter to Banksy
An image of the Banksy mural with the original image circulated by official Turkish social media accounts (all images courtesy the author for Hyperallergic) Turkish-Kurdish artist and journalist, Zehr...

Letter From Zehra Doğan to Banksy
Imprisoned journalist and painter Zehra Doğan has sent a letter of thanks to the street artists Borf and Banksy, who projected the painting, which caused Doğan to stand trial, on a wall in Manhattan, ...

‘This Letter Is Illegal’: Jailed Turkish Artist Zehra Doğan Snuck Banksy a Heart-Wrenching Thank You Note From Her Cell
Banksy, Free Zehra Dogan (2018), detail. Courtesy of the Houston Bowery Wall. Apparently, at least one member of the public knows how to get in touch with Banksy—artist Zehra Doğan. On Tuesday, the an...

Five thing to see at ‘Banksy, Greatest Hits: 2002-2008’
Street art maverick Banksy is the nation’s graffiti sweetheart. For decades now he’s been covering walls around the world with his razor-sharp political observations. From kissing coppers to Molotov c...

Banksy fans mock Toronto exhibit with one of their own
Critics of an unauthorized, $35 million Banksy exhibit took to Sterling Road in Toronto this weekend with an exhibit of their own: An exhibit featuring at least one tribute to rapper, actor and TV hos...

What the Internet is saying about Toronto’s Banksy exhibit gone wrong
In the five weeks since Banksy’s street art made its debut in Toronto, the $35-million exhibit has seen all kinds of antics ranging from mockery to theft. It’s been a bit of a mess from the beginning: ...

The five times Banksy has stepped into politics
Earlier this month it was revealed world-famous street artist Banksy had offered to help support Bristol’s library service. The offer was made to Bristol City Council after discovering some of the cit...

The word on the street: you’ll need Dh2.4m to own a Banksy
Street artist Banksy is known for his simple graffiti stencils, often with a sharp political point, but a new London exhibition is offering an opportunity to discover his wider talents. The mysterious ...

Imprisoned Turkish artist Zehra Dogan smuggles thank-you letter to Banksy
The Turkish-Kurdish artist and journalist Zehra Dogan has illegally written a deeply heartfelt letter to Banksy, thanking him for the mural he unveiled in New York in March protesting against her arre...