Yes, you've heard of the painting, but what about the movie? Ever seen that? Well very soon, you'll be able to watch the 'structured reality' film featuring artist David Hockney called A Bigger Splash in your own home.
Not exactly loads of information about on this, but at least we have the trailer for the forthcoming Banksy movie - Exit Through The Gift Shop.
It will get his premiere at the Sundance Festival, with the movie described by the man himself as 'the story of how one man set out to film the unfilmable - and failed', with the festival's organisers calling it 'an amazing ride, a cautionary modern fairy tale ... with bolt cutters'.
Or make your own mind up from the trailer, which you can see below:
According to the particularly straight-laced introduction, Bailey on Warhol is 'an attempt to capture the spirit of Warhol using some of the techniques he has pioneered and several stills of his most famous work.' Pretty good summing up I'd say of this 1972 made for ITV documentary.
Bailey on Warhol uses a slightly leftfield, slightly irritating format - acquaintances come and go, each with a tale, a party piece, an opinion or an anecdote, all cut up with some Warhol words from a Warhol clone under coloured light, not to mention an occasional glimpse of David Bailey himself. Yes, the words are often pretentious, usually sycophantic and now again, almost certainly an escalation of the truth for effect, but let's be honest, this is the art world. What do you expect?