After his performance during the Venice Biennale, Bansky came back last week with a surprising piece of work in the heart of London.
The artist has this time invested a shop window to make a temporary installation, representing a dystopia of capitalism, that he ironically called “Gross Domestic Products”.
The installation is a living room arranged with creations representing the biggest problems of our society – according to the artist. We can find for example the famous Kellogg’s Tiger sacrificed in living room carpet or a police helmet turned into a mirror ball. If the gallery is not open to the public, the works are however available for sale online.