Neil Buchanan: Former Art Attack host denies Banksy rumors.
   

 

The former children's television host denied he was Banksy, the elusive graffiti artist, after a theory posted online went viral.Neil Buchanan, ISN'T Banksy, read a statement posted on the official website of the slotxo broadcaster on Monday.It comes after rumors on social media indicate that the former Art Attack and Finder's Keepers curator is the man behind Banksy's anonymous street art.After the story spread, the 58-year-old felt the need to clear the air.

We received a lot of inquiries over the weekend regarding today's social media stories, please read the announcement on his website.Unfortunately this website does not have an individual infrastructure to answer these questions, however we can confirm that there is no truth in the slotxo rumors whatsoever. Banksy dons disguised cleaning up to spray paint the Tube Neil Buchanan on 'Art that grew up' It added: Neil spent Lockdown time with vulnerable members of his family and is now preparing to launch his new art collection in 2021.Thanks and please, stay safe. Buchanan from Liverpool hosted Art Attack on ITV from 1990 to 2007 and is known for using the show to create ambitious large-scale artworks, including a zoo set made of sacks of vegetables and a snail sculpture carved into. form Field by lawn mower

Rumors about his altered ego appeared to have begun when one user claimed Banksy's artwork surfaced at the place where Buchanan's former band Marseille played gigs.
Mysteries have surrounded Banksy's true self for years, and several news agencies have published theories about their identity.

However, their identities have never been officially confirmed.The Bristol-based artist was particularly enthusiastic this slotxo year and last month funded a boat to help refugees at sea. However, an Italian coast guard, along with a large rescue boat, had to rescue Louise Michel after it got stuck and overloaded.In July, Banksy encouraged people to mask their faces in graffiti appearing on the London underground.Transport for London (TFL) said it was later removed following a strict anti-graffiti policy.And in May, an artwork that pays tribute to the NHS appears in the halls of Southampton General Hospital.

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