Why Artists Want Their Work OUT of the Design Museum

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Why Artists Want Their Work OUT of the Design Museum

A number of artists involved in an Exhibition at the Design Museum, say they will gather there on Thursday, to make sure their works are removed from the walls.

The protest, involving the Hope to Nope showcase, follows the decision by the museum to allow an arms firm to use the venue for an event.

The Campaign Against Arms Trade is now demanding that several works are removed on behalf of the artists.

Andrew Smith is from the campaign, and Charlie Waterhouse one of those whose work is on show.

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