Banksy unveils his reworked painting entitled 'The banality of the banality of evil' (a title loosely based on the book 'Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil' by Jewish political theorist Hannah Arendt) at the Housing Works Thrift Shop in New York which features a Nazi figure seated on a bench and looking out into the view of a river and hills.
The artist previously bought the painting at the charity shop and re-worked and titled it to be auctioned off to the highest bidder. The painting became the most expensive painting ever sold when it was bought for more than $600,000.
Holding On ft. Gregory Porter
Alla Turca (From Piano Sonata in A, K.331)