A fascinating and entertaining glimpse into the world of high-level and socially conscious graffiti artists?
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Narrated by Rhys Ifans with the dryness of a dessicated toad, Exit Through the Gift Shop is both an exhilarating testament to serendipity and an appalling testament to art-world inanity.
This faux-documentary is droll, aerosol-thin and ultrameta.
That rarest of art documentaries, one that actually leaves viewers with a better sense of the gifted versus the phony.
Subversive, provocative and unexpected, Exit Through the Gift Shop delights in taking you by surprise, starting quietly but ending up in a hall of mirrors as unsettling as anything Lewis Carroll's Alice ever experienced.
A documentary that doubles as a comic thriller, and it’s as entertaining as it is thought-provoking.
An exhilarating hall-of-mirrors look at what happens when global art fame turns anonymous, artists become objects, fans turn into artists, and the whole what's-sincere-and-what's-a-sham spectacle is more fun than art was ever supposed to be.