Some of the artist’s most well-known works appear at the new art exhibition ‘Banksy, Greatest Hits: 2002-2008.’
Take a wander down Sackville Street – just off Regent Street – and you might notice an odd figure above…
That’s your sign you’ve found the Lazinc Gallery, which is currently hosting an exhibition of some of street artist Banksy’s popular pieces from the noughties.
Inside, you’ll find sculptures, stencils and even oil paintings from the mysterious Bristolian.
The show features iconic Banksy fare such as Girl and Balloon, Love Is In The Air and Show Me The Monet, showcasing his signature satirical approach.
The show is only open for a couple more weeks, so do pop along while you still can!
Location: Lazinc, 29 Sackville Street, Mayfair, W1S 3DX. Nearest station: Piccadilly Circus. See it on Google Maps.
Price: free! (See more free things to do in London.)
Opening hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 10am–6pm; until September 8.
Nearby… grab lunch at Kingly Court, chill out in the famous ice bar or grab some tea’n’cake at the Sketch Parlour.