On display at the Walker Art Gallery
The Walker Art Gallery has a new addition to its collection - a statue of a Priest vandalised by Banksy.
The renowned graffiti artist has sawn off the face of an 18th Century replica stone bust and glued on a selection of bathroom tiles. The resulting 'pixellated' portrait is entitled 'Cardinal Sin' and is believed to be a comment on the abuse scandal in the Church and its subsequent cover- up.
"I'm never sure who deserves to be put on a pedestal or crushed under one"
The sculpture has been loaned indefinitely by the artist and has never been seen before.
Where is the sculpture?
You can find it on display in Room three, which is one of the 17th-century Old Master galleries. Works in the gallery include large church altarpieces and religious sculptures. You can find out more about the gallery in our room guide here.