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Gloucester Cathedral faith exhibition vandalised

by a staff reporter

Posted: 17 Feb 2017 @ 12:04

AN ART exhibition at Gloucester Cathedral, which sparked controversy when it opened with an imam’s singing the Muslim call to prayer, has now been vandalised, and items in the Chapter House have been stolen.

The artist, Russell Haines, said that his exhibition “Faith” was intended to highlight the city of Gloucester’s multicultural identity, and “celebrate what we have in common”. The exhibition in the cloisters, which has another week to run, includes 37 portraits of individuals from ...

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