Cash is King at the Saatchi

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Cash is King at the Saatchi

They are considered by some, the most commonly exchanged works of art, which can land you in jail in some countries, for deliberately damaging and defacing.


Now a new exhibition is celebrating banknotes from around the world,  that artists have added their own touches too.


It also explores how different nations work to protect the establishment and society that the notes often stand for.


Cash is King, the art of defaced banknotes runs at the Saatchi Gallery until the 8th of September.

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