Art stolen from church- Library of Mu

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Title: Art stolen from church
Date: 02 October, 2002
Journal: Liverpool Echo
Author: -
Type of resource: News items
Status: text
No. views: 1321
Description: One of Drummond's art works was stolen from the church it was exhibited in.

Art stolen from church

By - (02 October, 2002, Liverpool Echo)

A pounds 1,000 reward has today been put up after the theft of a controversial artwork.

The missing work by ex-pop star Bill Drummond, which asked the question 'Is God a c**t?, was stolen from St Peter's Church in Seel Street.

It was one of the exhibits in the Liverpool Biennial Independent event.

Ex-KLF star Drummond exhibited the visitors' book as part of a 30ft installation.

The book was stolen on September 25.

A Merseyside police spokeswoman said the reported theft of a piece of art from St Peter's Church was being investigated.

Anyone with any information about the book should call 0151 236 0446.


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