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From Basquiat to Banksy: Street Art at Christie’s

News from the art market! 

A few days ago, the exhibition “Off the Wall: Basquiat to Banksy” in Christie’s London galleries ended.

Are you curious about an exhibition in an auction house? ? Christie’s organised a private sale entirely dedicated to Street Art! Thanks to the exhibition collectors and enthusiasts had the opportunity to admire the works live ? 

The fact that such important auction houses organise sales specialising in Street Art is another sign of the market importance that the movement has reached!

But let us see together which artists were exhibited, from Basquiat and Keith Haring to Banksy and Stik, many big names of Street Art were exhibited, among which some of our artists could not be missing!


Christie’s exhibited three works by Space Invader, including an Alias, a copy of a mosaic installed in Hoxton Square during the 1999 invasion of London. The artist then made this same character with his Rubik’s cubes!  

BLEK LE RAT: artworks

Blek Le Rat, stencil art’s father, also has three silkscreens on show! 

Would you like to discover the works of Invader and Blek Le Rat in our gallery? You can request the catalogue below! ?