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Nicola Stafford her son Jake, 8, enjoy a  sculpture entitled, 'Sail' by Tony Cragg in the picturesque Cathedral Cloister<br />
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An art exhibition that took three years to plan only to be postponed on the eve of its opening due to COVID-19 has finally been revealed to the public.<br />
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The Spirit and Endeavour exhibition at Salisbury Cathedral is being held to mark the historic building's 800th anniversary.<br />
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The event brings together work by some of the most influential artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, including Antony Gormley, Henry Moore, Grayson Perry and Mark Wallinger.<br />
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The cathedral also commissioned two new artworks - Time and Place by Bruce Munro and Somewhere in the Universe by Daniel Chadwick.<br />
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After the event had to be put on hold in March, a virtual version of the exhibition was launched and attracted 14,000 online visitors.