Contemporary British art is dominated by two art groups – the Young British Artists (YBAs) on the one hand and the Stuckists on the other. The first group which enjoys support by Charles Saatchi consists of relatively controversial artists such as Damien Hirst and Rachel Whiteread, while the second group of artists such as Billy Childish and Richard Thomson emerged as an opposition to the YBAs and their supporter Saatchi. Not all contemporary British artists, however, identify themselves with either of the two groups and maintain an independent status. Then there is also a vibrant street art movement, with some artists such as Banksy establishing themselves as highly acclaimed artists on the mainstream scene as well.