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"If I believe it, it's art for me.”

French,  b. 1866

Biography of Mr. Brainwash

En shrouded in mystery, Mr. Brainwash, born Thierry Guetta (exact date unknown), is a French street artist whose meteoric rise to fame is as intriguing as his art.

His artistic journey began on the fringes of the Los Angeles graffiti scene in the early 2000s. He befriended the legendary street artist Banksy, filming him for his 2010 documentary "Exit Through the Gift Shop." The film, blurring the lines between reality and satire, thrust Mr. Brainwash into the spotlight.

His signature style is a vibrant explosion of pop culture references. Think bold colors, re-worked iconic imagery like Campbell's soup cans and Mickey Mouse, often splashed across walls, canvases, and even everyday objects. Critics debate his artistic merit, some seeing him as a shrewd self-promoter capitalizing on the street art movement, while others admire his audacious energy and ability to connect with popular culture.

Despite the controversy, Mr. Brainwash's works command high prices at auctions and exhibitions worldwide. His playful defiance of artistic norms and his association with Banksy continue to fuel his fame, making him a unique figure in the contemporary art world.

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