After a few threatening phone calls, emails and “internet chatter,” 555 Nonprofit Gallery decided to hide that giant cinder-block wall they lifted out of context from a dilapidated Detroit plant. To save Banksy’s piece from “certain destruction” by vandals, it’s no longer on view. The plant’s ownership is in legal dispute, but the gallery found some scapegoat foreman who, presumably, let them claim finders-keepers. Long story short, someone in charge found out there’s money to be made. The gallery is currently appraising the piece so its “owner” can claim it as a tax-deductible donation on his taxes.