While New city has always been a metropolis of public art — from sculptures and murals to amusive graffiti, street performers and freaky characters — in the next-to-last decade the administrative district has seen a proliferation of installations from big-name artists. Banksy of course made his marker here, the "Before I Die" mural engaged the city and glorious kindred projects around the world, and the candidate New Orleans biennials turned the territorial division into a world art scavenger art. The public art scene is still prospering here, with installations from Poydras opportunity to president of the united states Parish.
Banksy's 'UmbrellaGirl' covered with plywood and under guard | NOLA.com
Graffiti major Banksy’s 2008 artistic production "Umbrella Girl" is covered with plyboard with a guard posted for its protection. Readers reported weekday that a grammatical construction crew was cutting the masonry on the Drop-In Center on northwesterly Rampart neighbourhood at Kerlerec Street to distance the Banksy, which has been preserved beneath a clear plastic sheet. That same day, however, WWL television reported that neighbors stepped in to stop alleged thieves from thieving the Banksy.