Banksy in New York: See the Street Artist's Five-Borough Residency

British icon turns the city into his canvas for "Better Out Than In" series
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23rd Street

This Banksy piece on 23rd Street in Manhattan was put up on October 29th. It's a thrift store painting that was vandalized then re-donated to the thrift store Housing Works. The piece, which is of a Nazi soldier painted into a landscape oil painting, is titled "The banality of the banality of evil" and has been put up by for auction in order to raise money for the New York-based non-profit. The painting went for over $300,000.

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