His path to the fame of the most successful artist of recent years is closely linked Banksy to his Oscar-winning film "Exit Through the Gift Shop." In the movie, Thierry Guetta meets a street art star Banksy while working on a documentary film about the graffiti scene, which encourages him to become an artist himself under the pseudonym Mr. Brainwash. Therefore, there is a persistent rumor that the Frenchman Brainwash is a purely fictional person invented by Banksy and that the works are created by Banksy himself.
In fact, Mr. Brainwash's works always refer to well-known motives and are linked not only to Banksy's art. He plays with all the available references to pop art, commercial advertising and street art. Again and again, he uses in his motives public images and people of pop culture. Madonna had the cover for her album "Celebrations" created by Mr. Brainwash based on the Andy Warhol cover.
His first exhibition "Life is Beautiful" 2008 in the decommissioned CBS Studios in Los Angeles became prime. More than 100 works and a variety of live performances attracted the crowds of art enthusiasts and Hollywood stars, bringing over $ 1 million in sales in the first week only. Since then, Mr. Brainwash has been one of the busiest artists of the century. Regularly new shows and projects in New York, Los Angeles, and Europe ensure that Mr. Brainwash has become a blasting star by now.
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