"Here's the cover of a zine we made to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Lazarides Gallery and just to remind everyone that we are, in fact, all still here."
"I was very happy to receive this new painting for the tenth anniversary exhibition from Zevs, who I've worked with for a number of years. It's a completely new direction for him that I like very much."
"Being a die-hard birdwatcher, this painting by Xenz in our tenth anniversary show is very close to my heart. It reminds me a great deal of my childhood when there were still millions of wonderful birds flying around. Unfortunately I'm not sure that's the case anymore."
"This is a piece from the Banksy show I recently curated in Istanbul. We only took it out of the crate on the day of the exhibition, not realizing that the suicide belt had been added to the sculpture at some point by Banksy; all this happened on the day 11 tourists were killed by a bomb in the city."
"My kids have absolutely no respect for the artworks or the artists behind them in my house. You can tell by the addition of this wonderful moustache to an Antony Micallef painting hanging in my house."
"This wonderful old chap turned up at our Lazarides stand at Contemporary Istanbul last year. Several confused hours and lots of laughter later, we found out he was the model for the JR painting hanging in the show."
"This is me and JR having a rare moment of peace together before the opening of his Lazarides exhibition last year. He's probably one of the busiest artists in the world (and my phone's constantly ringing) so it was a great pleasure. We gave him his first exhibition in his 20s, so it's incredible to see how far he's come."
"Before the opening of the same JR show, our mutual friend José Parlá was in town and stopped by early to see us both. It was a great pleasure."
"This is an early picture of Banksy at work, from many years ago, when he was first starting out. Here he was adding to an unofficial street art exhibition in Rivington Street in Shoreditch, while I documented the whole thing with my camera."
"I love this Jonathan Yeo piece. It brings back many memories of me putting together his 2010 'Porn in the USA' exhibition in Beverley Hills, LA in a massive old derelict shop. I think the works of art and the show itself were one of the best shows we've ever done."
"I feel like this most mornings. It's a great piece by an artist called Mark Jenkins who we've worked with for many years. Mark works across the world, adorning streets with weird and wonderful sculptures like this one."
"These are six Banksy prints from a show I did for Sotheby's S2 in 2014, taken from my personal collection. I warned Sotheby's how busy the show would be but I'm not sure they believed me... They had over 15,000 people in two weeks. I think it was one of the busiest shows they've ever had."
"This is a photograph of artworks by my good pal Robert del Naja (aka Massive Attack's 3D). It took me about a decade to make him confident enough as an artist to do an exhibition, so it was a real pleasure seeing him pull together all these works."
"This was a day at Antony Micallef's studio, which is full of fantastic surprises (normally in the form of paintings). I've worked with Antony for a very long period of time and consider him a good friend."