Street artist 'Russia's answer to Banksy'


A mysterious Russian street artist is being compared to Britain's Banksy, with his graffiti stencils selling for hundreds of thousands of pounds.

The Russian's guerilla artworks range from intricate spray-paintings, to complex combinations of fire, music and video.

Like Banksy, he refuses to reveal his true identity, but the man who calls himself "Pavel 183" did agree to meet with our Moscow Correspondent Daniel Sandford.

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