Artists 'take back art' from the Design Museum

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Artists 'take back art' from the Design Museum

A group of artists, who had demanded that their work was taken down from an exhibition at the Design Museum, today gathered at the venue to take their pieces back.

The protest followed a decision by the venue to allow an Arms company to host an event at the Kensington site.

The museum insisted there was no connection with the Hope To Nope exhibition, but the artists disagreed.

The Design musuem has said it will review its policies with regards those who apply to hire the venue for events.

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