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Daniel-Morgan-007An exhibition inspired by the unsolved murder of Clerkenwell man Daniel Morgan has opened – a private detective found in a south London car park with an axe in his head in 1987.

Hosted at The Bread and Butter Gallery – the new pop up artspace at 133 Upper Street, Islington – the gallery includes an installation by David West which recreates a police incident room. He said “This exhibition asks questions about the events of the past 25 years. We asked some artists to do some work on it and thry have produced sculptures, video pieces and drawings. It’s quite an interesting subject for a show.”

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