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40 Fox Street 2021
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40 Fox Street
Glasgow
G1 4EQ
11 – 20 June
Mon – Sun, 12pm – 5pm

On the corner of Fox Street and Maxwell Street in central Glasgow is 40 Fox Street, an assuming building that has housed a range of recent tenants: from a private college accused of false advertising (the sign is still visible outside) to a private members’ club.

The street itself is named after Whig politician Charles James Fox (1749 – 1806), an anti-slavery campaigner, supporter of the French Revolution and parliamentary advocate for religious tolerance.

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