Curator Sarah Kronsbein poses next to an artwork by British artist Banksy during Germany's first retrospective exhibition of his work, Thursday, April 14, 2016.
AP Photo/Matthias Schrader
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A collection of Bansky works on display in Munich showcases a variety of pieces by the well-known unknown graffiti artist. "Banksy – King of Urban Art" at the Galerie Kronsbein features about 40 of his works, including "Choose Your Weapon" of a boy in a hooded top with artist Keith Haring's barking dog, as well as "Rude Copper," of a third finger-wielding policeman. The elusive artist, who has kept his real name and identity secret, is known for stenciled works on buildings displaying ironic as well as provocative social commentary, which Munich gallery owner Dirk G. Kronsbein said were captivating.
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