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Banksy, an artist known for his street art, is being celebrated at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts with an exhibition that opened to the public this week.

The Art of Banksy,” the largest touring collection of authentic artworks from the famously anonymous artist, is scheduled to run through at least the end of February at the Marina District site at 3601 Lyon St. with ticket prices for adults starting at $39.99.

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The exhibition includes more than 80 works from the artist, whose work has also been spotted on the streets of San Francisco itself and elsewhere over the years. The exhibition is not authorized by Banksy and does not include any of his street art, but rather features pieces sold to private collectors, organizers said.

People can learn more about the exhibition and buy tickets online or by calling (844) 871-1358.