The Monocle Arts Review

Sunday Brunch: Artistic anonymity

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22 April 2018

60 minutes


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We speak to Steve Lazarides – a colleague of Banksy for more than a decade – who tells us how artists can reinvent a genre and remain hidden in the process. Plus: sound art with Tamar Harpaz, Claire Cock-Starkey’s library secrets and chef Prateek Sadhu.

22 April 2018

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Artistic anonymity

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Steve Lazarides worked with Banksy for more than 10 years. Here he tells us how artists can remain anonymous yet stay relevant.

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Weekend read – Claire Cock-Starkey

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Ever wondered what the world’s most overdue library book is? Claire Cock-Starkey tells us about the hidden world of libraries.

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Paper review – Sebastian Borger

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London’s correspondent at ‘The Berliner Zeitung’ joins us in the studio along with the weekend’s papers.

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Chef Prateek Sadhu

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The internationally renowned chef talks to us about bringing the taste of Mumbai to London.

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