Banksy's first show in Bristol since 2000 opens at the city's museum on Queen's Road on Saturday 13 June, 2009 and runs for 12 weeks. The museum is open from 10am to 5pm every day and entry is free.
The lower floor of the museum features solely Banksy's work with more than 70 new pieces and a reversioned 'pet shop'.
Elsewhere in the museum, Banksy's work infiltrates the classics area.
Here, Banksy has his say about democracy in the UK with chimps replacing MPs.
Throughout the show Banksy remains true to his roots as a street artist.
In New York, a monkey 'enjoying himself' has been reversioned to fit in with his surroundings - he's now an artist!
One part of the exhibition features Banksy's workshop recreated in a museum with plenty of sketches, stencils and paintings.
Some of the museum guides only found out they would be working in a Banksy exhibition on Thursday after being employed via the Job Centre.
Banksy says he keeps his identity secret because of ongoing legal issues - but it is thought the famous artist is from Bristol.
He says he mounted the show as a salute to the city which supported his early street art career.
He added: "... and that means putting up with a lot of mistakes that were made in public."
The exhibition runs from 13 June until 31 August 2009.
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