Work by Thierry Guetta, who paints under the name “Mr. Brainwash,” will be on view at Clarendon Fine Art in February. / Contributed photo

WESTPORT — An exhibit of contemporary pop art by Thierry Guetta, who paints under the name “Mr. Brainwash” and is a protégé of renowned street artist Banksy, will be on view in February at Clarendon Fine Art.

The “All You Need is Art” exhibit, marking the gallery’s first anniversary, will open with a private reception for the artist on Thursday, Feb. 1, in the gallery, 22 Main St. The show will be open free to the public Feb. 2-8. It is planned in partnership with the Westport Museum for History and Culture.

The artist’s goal is “to reveal the unexpected,” according to Clarendon’s announcement.

The exhibition will feature “large-scale sculptures, ‘vandalized’ canvases,” painted balloon sculptures, vibrant works on wooden panels and sections of subway trains, as well as origami sculptures that serve as miniature replicas of the artist’s famed Rodeo Drive installation,” according to the gallery’s publicity release.

Mr. Brainwash will also release limited-edition silkscreens, marrying four well-known artworks: Van Gogh’s Sunflowers of 1888 and Irises of 1890, and Warhol’s Hibiscus-inspired Flowers of 1964 and Campbell’s Soup tin from the 1962 series.

In 2010, he appeared in “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” a documentary produced by Banksy chronicling his transition from filmmaker to street artist. In 2022, he opened the Mr. Brainwash Art Museum in Beverly Hills, Calif., showcasing over a decade of artwork from solo exhibits.

Clarendon Fine Art, 22 Main St., is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and by appointment. Phone: 203-293-0976.