Nothing to see here

It should come as no suprise that Banksy took every step possible to prevent The Bistol Museum from revealing his identity or very much at all about his show Banksy Versus The Bristol Museum. Banksy’s lawyers (yes, even street artists need lawyers) crafted a seemingly airtight contract with the museum, and now a Freedom of Information request regarding the show has revealed almost nothing.

You can read the full results of the request online, but in short, here’s what was learned: Banksy was paid £1 for the exhibition, pretty much all the CCTV footage is destroyed after 30 days (so if you want to rob the Bristol Museum, just make sure whatever you steal can go missing for a month before anybody notices), and that Banksy really wants to keep his identity a secret.

So really, who cares?

Via @Banksynews