Banksy Artwork on Display at Newmarket's Horse Racing Museum

National Horse Racing Museum

Photos of seven pieces of art created by British street artist Banksy in war-torn Ukraine are now on display at the National Horse Racing Museum in Newmarket. “7 Banksy Under Siege” is a collection of life-size photos of the original artworks, five of which are now believed to have been destroyed during bombings amid the current Russo-Ukranian war.

The Banksy collection is on show alongside “The Urban Frame: Mutiny in Colour”, and visitors are invited to donate to the Ukrainian charity Razom, which funds urgent medical care and provides vital equipment and supplies to Ukraine.

The seven Banksy work photos are of: “Gasmask”, “Injured Gymnast”, “Judo”, “Missile Launcher”, “Seesaw”, “The Bathtub”, and “Young Gymnast”.

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