Video - Banksy's 'The Banality Of The Banality Of Evil' Painting Unveiled At Housing Works Store
Banksy's 'The Banality Of The Banality Of Evil' Painting Unveiled At Housing Works Store
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.