The Monocle Arts Review

Sunday Brunch 16: Red Star Over Russia

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26 November 2017

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Discover photographer David King’s collection of more than 250,000 posters, prints and photographs from Soviet Russia with London’s Tate Modern. Plus: David Bramwell on the weird and the wonderful, and the founder of 30-year-old restaurant Brindisa.

26 November 2017

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Red Star Over Russia

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We go through David King’s extensive collection of Soviet Russian graphic design.

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Miv Watts

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We meet a stylist who was a window dresser for Burberry in the 1960s before marrying Peter Watts, sound engineer for Pink Floyd.

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Brindisa

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Now in its 30th year, Brindisa was the first company to import the authentic and hard-to-find ingredients native to Spain. Founder Monika Linton tells us all about that journey.

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Red Star Over RussiaWe go through David King’s extensive collection of Soviet Russian graphic design.00:01:2000:10:26No16Miv WattsWe meet a stylist who was a window dresser for Burberry in the 1960s before marrying Peter Watts, sound engineer for Pink Floyd.00:10:4000:20:20No5Weekend read: David BramwellDavid Bramwell on his new book, ‘The Mysterium’.00:20:2800:30:38No10Paper review: Imke HenkelImke Henkel joins us in the studio to go through the weekend’s papers.00:31:2500:46:47No1BrindisaNow in its 30th year, Brindisa was the first company to import the authentic and hard-to-find ingredients native to Spain. Founder Monika Linton tells us all about that journey.00:46:5500:54:00No18

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