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12.10.12 Bucky Turco & Aymann Ismail

ANIMAL visited Detroit last week and for the next few days will be highlighting some stories from Motor City. When it first began operating in 1903, the Packard Plant in Detroit was a marvel of industry where some of the nation’s finest luxury automobiles were produced. It was closed in 1958, but over five decades […]

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08.12.10 Marina Galperina

Another alleged Banksy from Detroit’s Packard Plant has been chiseled out of the rubble and is now being peddled out on eBay. Banksy showed off the caged canary himself, but will it sell without official authentication? The starting bid for the 1,800 pound site-specific, site-less “art wall” is $75,000. The Bansky poachers left a gaping […]

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