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  • Banksy’s Dismaland is a theme park for art
  • Banksy’s Dismaland is a theme park for art
    Dismaland (2015) ©
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Banksy’s Dismaland is a theme park for art

Faceless artist and political activist Banksy is best-known for the graffiti displays that are sprawled across buildings in cities worldwide. But in his latest offering to the art world, he’s gone one step further. Welcome to Dismaland, the ’family theme park unsuitable for small children’.

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