How to Listen

Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty broadcasts in 28 languages. Most of our programs are available on FM and medium-wave frequencies of local radio stations in the countries of our broadcast area. If you are having problems listening to programs on the internet, please read our technical help document.



Tuesday, September 02, 2014


The Work Of P183, Russia's 'Banksy'

Published 3 April 2013

Russian media outlets have been <strong><a href="http://www.rferl.org/content/p183-reported-dead-russian-street-artist/24947001.html" target="_blank">reporting the death</a></strong> of notorious guerrilla artist P183, who was in his late 20s. Dubbed the "Russian Banksy" by Western media, in reference to the infamous British street artist, P183's playful and often politically subversive graffiti had regularly appeared at various places around Moscow for more than a decade. Like much of his life, P183's reported death is still shrouded in mystery and there are very few details surrounding the circumstances of his apparent demise. (10 PHOTOS)

1

Street artist P183 paints a mural ahead of last year's Russian presidential election on a wall in central Moscow. 

2

A giant pair of spectacles crafted from a streetlamp

8

Spaghetti made from plastic industrial tubing with a huge fork