Banksy as part of a new art exhibit at the national equestrian museum
Hula Dance Girlby renowned artist Banksy, will be part of a special art exhibit at the National Museum of Equestrianism this summer– Urban Frames: Rebel Colors.
The exhibition will run from June 3 to October 1 and will be held in conjunction with the Brandler Gallery and will be on display at three locations in West Suffolk, including the Moyse’s Hall Museum in Bury St Edmunds and Central Haverhill Arts Center. Hula Dance Girlfirst appeared on the wall of a beauty salon in Nottingham in 2020, will be shown alongside Citroen Berlingo Van a car painted with 200 eyes by artist My Dog Sights for the Coventry Museum.
Hon Frances Stanley DL, Chairman of the Trusteeship of the National Horse Racing Museum, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with the Brandler Gallery, the Moyses Hall Museum in Bury St Edmunds and the Haverhill Center for the Arts to bring together vibrant street art to three locations across Suffolk.”
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