Wallspace (gallery)

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Wallspace was an art gallery housed in the Church of England church, All Hallows-on-the-Wall in the City of London. Founded by Meryl Doney and aimed at providing a ‘spiritual home for visual arts.’, the space inspired Damien Hirst to produce several paintings for the gallery.[1] The gallery is associated with the Young British Artists and has exhibited work from Damien Hirst and Sam Taylor-Wood.[2][3]

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