Banksy’s piece, “Devolved Parliament,” is back on display.

The artist’s post on Instagram shows the painting is back at the Front Hall of Bristol Museum & Art Gallery.

The giant canvas is on display to mark Brexit Day. The Instagram posts reads, “I made this ten years ago. Bristol museum have just put it back on display to mark Brexit day. Laugh now, but one day no-one will be in charge.”

The quote references the first time Banksy featured chimpanzees in his work. In 2002, he created another large painting of a row of sad chimps wearing aprons that were emblazoned with the words: “Laugh now but one day we’ll be in charge.”

It marks 10 years since the Bansky versus Bristol Museum exhibition in 2009. The show attracted 300,000 people. It was one of the top ten most visited exhibitions in the world that year.

“Devolved Parliament” depicts the houses of Parliament with chimpanzees instead of people. It is Banksy’s largest known piece, at 4 meters wide and 2.5 meters high.

The painting was first seen in 2009 as a part of the groundbreaking Banksy vs. Bristol Museum exhibition.
It is now on display for six months under loan from Banksy.

The piece will be on display at the museum until Sept. 1 2019. Entry is free.