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WHO IS BANKSY? Investigative journalist says she knows but will his friend confirm?

He's the elusive street artist whose artwork sells for millions but for decades Banksy has avoided the public eye. He has to, his art is technically illegal. So what happens when vandalism becomes valuable art? We speak to an art dealer who owns several 'Banksy's' and a journalist who says she knows exactly who he is, but will fellow street artist and Banksy acquaintance confirm? #Banksy #Nexus #StreetArtist

How does Banksy make money?

How does Banksy make money?

THE BEST OF BANKSY: From spontaneous shredding to the Occupied West Bank

THE BEST OF BANKSY: From spontaneous shredding to the Occupied West Bank

The Banksy of Syria

The Banksy of Syria

You've been Banksy-ed | Contemporary Art | Showcase

You've been Banksy-ed | Contemporary Art | Showcase

Syria's Cultural Exodus

Syria's Cultural Exodus

Mongolian Khuumi: One of the world's hardest types of singing | Compass

Mongolian Khuumi: One of the world's hardest types of singing | Compass

How communism helped create Mongolian opera | Compass

How communism helped create Mongolian opera | Compass

What is Mongol Popera?​ | Compass

What is Mongol Popera?​ | Compass

Opera: The Pride of Mongolia | Compass

Opera: The Pride of Mongolia | Compass

Are artists to blame for gentrification?

Are artists to blame for gentrification?

Why does this woman hate street art?

Why does this woman hate street art?

Compass: Art & Gentrification

Compass: Art & Gentrification

This trance music is 500 years old | The World of Gnawa | Compass

This trance music is 500 years old | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Asmaa Hamzaoui and the girls of Timbouktou | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Asmaa Hamzaoui and the girls of Timbouktou | The World of Gnawa | Compass

Compass: The world of Gnawa

Compass: The world of Gnawa

Compass: The Art of Co-existence

Compass: The Art of Co-existence

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