Banksy lastly confirms his actual identify in unbelievable unearthed interview

The actual identify of Banksy, the elusive avenue artist who has made a profession out of being nameless, has seemingly been confirmed because of an unearthed 2003 BBC interview.

The BBC Radio 4’s The Banksy Story aired an unheard interview with the artist, the place he discusses his 2003 Turf War present. During the chat, former BBC arts correspondent Nigel Wrench requested if he might use Banksy’s actual identify.

The thriller of Banksy’s identification continues, with potentialities together with Robert Del Naja, also referred to as 3D, the artist and Massive Attack musician. Another potential candidate is Robin Gunningham, who was born on July 28, 1973 in Yate.

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Or is this Banksy?
Or is that this Banksy?

However, within the now public alternate, the person’s actual identify was seemingly confirmed.

The temporary chat went as follows:

Nigel: Are you content for me to make use of your identify? I imply, The Independent has.

Banksy: Yeah.

Nigel: Is it Robert Banks?

Banksy : It’s Robbie.

Nigel: Robbie. Okay. Robbie.

In the unique BBC interview, when requested if graffiti is vandalism, Banksy responded: “Yeah. If it’s done properly it is illegal! But I got a good reaction I think off most people from my work. You know, I’ve even had policemen in the past say they kind of like things about it, but… I just think it’s my right to go out and paint it.

Maybe THIS is Banksy? Who knows
Maybe THIS is Banksy? Who is aware of

“And it is equally somebody else’s right to go out and paint over it if they don’t like it, you know? It doesn’t actually take very long with a bucket of white paint to paint over things. I think it’s better if you treat the city like a big playground, you know? It’s there to mess about in, you know?”

When requested about his views on the trendy artwork institution, Banksy made it clear he would not promote something to Charles Saatchi as a result of he blames him “for Margaret Thatcher and those annoyingly good adverts he made”.

Nigel then requested Banksy about his personal canvasses being offered for £15,000.

Banksy joked: “Apparently so! That’s not what I get for ’em! No. I make paintings these days, you know? And yeah, I dunno who buys them actually. Maybe I should find out. Good point.”

The episode is accessible to hearken to now on BBC Sounds.

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