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Monday, March 27, 2023

Two climate activists pasted Warhol’s ‘Campbell’s soup cans’ in Australia

Two environmental activists followed the famous work of art this Wednesday Campbell’s Soup Cans To demand the Australian government stop subsidies on fossil fuels, by American artist Andy Warhol at the National Gallery in Canberra. “We are in a climate emergency,” said one of them as she stuck to work. The protest adds to those that have taken place in European museums in recent weeks.

A spokesman for the Australian Capital Territory Police, which includes Canberra, said the glue with which they were attached was “not very good” and activists managed to exit the gallery before being arrested. The group Stop Fossil Fuel Subsidies, which has declared itself responsible for the protest, published a video on Twitter in which two men wearing wigs are seen painting on glass that protects Warhol’s work, “climate crisis” or artistic protest.

The protests follow in the footsteps of others that have taken place in Europe in recent weeks, such as this Saturday at the Prado Museum in Madrid, when two activists clinging to the frame naked maja You Maja dressed up, Francisco de Goya K. Just the day before, four environmental activists had spilled pea soup on Vincent van Gogh’s painting The Sower (1988), and glued it to the wall at the Bonaparte Palace Museum in Rome. In October, two other environmentalists threw tomato soup here Sunflower, Also by van Gogh at the National Gallery in London.

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