Jarvis Cocker and Cornelia Parker display found objects in new exhibition

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Jarvis Cocker and Cornelia Parker display found objects in new exhibition

Established almost three centuries ago, the Foundling Hospital in Bloomsbury was the UK's first children's charity caring for babies whose parents couldn't look after them.

What is less known is that the centre was also Britain's first public art gallery. 

Now, the Turner Prize nominee Cornelia Parker has taken over the space with an exhibition celebrating its history.

'Found' is showing at the Foundling Museum until the 4th of September.

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