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Art installation signifying hope in Wolverhampton city centre destroyed by vandals

Art installation signifying hope in Wolverhampton city centre destroyed by vandals

The rainbow art installation dedicated to hope and inclusivity unveiled in Wolverhampton two weeks ago has been destroyed by vandals. Artist Kathleen Fabre with her rainbow art installation before it was wrecked by vandals The stunning exhibit outside St Peter's Collegiate Church, Lichfield Street, was commissioned as part of British Art Show 9...

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