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It’s easy to think the art world is full of happy folk content to pat each other on the back and revel in their collective creativeness.

Not so, as Australian agent provocateur Lush has gamely illustrated, staging Banksy’s ‘death’ in response to artists more concerned with sales than creating, and organising a wrestling match between Satan and Jesus. This new exhibition – his first on UK shores – promises “pisstakes, cool ‘urban art’, cutting-edge stencilling, idiotic canvasses of boring celebrities and real dead animals”.

Free | July 5-8, East London Warehouse
117 Wallis Road, E9 5LN 
Station | Hackney Wick

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Provocative Australian street artist Lush opens exhibition 'You Become What You Hate' in East London warehouse
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