The Monocle Weekly

Rodney Graham, Paul Keedwell and Roberto Fonseca

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12 March 2017

Episode 401

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Canadian visual artist Rodney Graham stops by the studio to discuss his new career retrospective “Rodney Graham: That's not Me”, and new album “Gondoliers”. Plus: a psychiatry and mood expert explains his book “Headspace: The Psychology of City Living”, and Cuban pianist Roberto Fonseca on recent album “ABUC”.

12 March 2017

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 1

Introduction

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Monocle 24’s Henry Rees-Sheridan looks ahead to next week’s news with Andrew Tuck and Tom Edwards.

12 minutes

Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

Rodney Graham

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The Canadian artist has a new career retrospective called “Rodney Graham: That’s not Me”, plus a new album in the form of “Gondoliers”. He joins us to explain why art theory and everyday pop culture are never far away from each other in his work.

16 minutes

Chapter 3

13 minutes


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Chapter 3

Paul Keedwell

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The psychiatrist and writer with his new book “Headspace: The Psychology of City Living”, which looks at how the spaces around us affect our outlook on the wider world.

13 minutes

Chapter 4

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Chapter 4

Roberto Fonseca

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The Cuban pianist has toured with the country’s greats, including Ibrahim Ferrer of the Buena Vista Social Club. He tells us how his latest album, “ABUC”, distills some of the biggest flavours found in Cuban music into one listen.

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