Banksy art painted at Detroit auto plant to be sold at auction - New York Post

30 during a "Road Fine art" public auction by Julien's Public auctions in Beverly Hills, California.

DETROIT-- An auction is prepared for an art work that gallery officials claim the elusive British graffiti musician Banksy produced at a previous Detroit automobile plant.

David Rudolph, a spokesman for Detroit's 555 gallery, says the gallery has the artwork and also the proceeds will help remodel the gallery's new irreversible residence. It showcases a figure of a child holding a bucket of red paint and also brush along with the message: "I remember when all this was trees.".

Banksy is known for taking a trip the globe and anonymously leaving his road art in public areas.



It's detailed among jobs being sold Sept

. An 8-foot, 1,500-pound part of cinderblock wall surface including the stenciled artwork was removed from the Packard Plant site in 2010.

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