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A pair of British climate activists stick their hands in tire A. Painting by Vincent van Gogh Opposing the government’s climate policies at the London Gallery on Thursday.
Both – Louis McKenzie and Emily Brookelbank – are supporters of the activist group “Just Stop Oil”, which engages in advertising stunts to attract public attention. Climate change.
McKinney, 21, and Brocklebank, 24, 1889 Van Gogh’s painting “Beach Trees at Blossom,” hanging in the Gordalt Gallery in Somerset House, London.
In a statement issued at Just Stop Oil, McKenzie called on the art world to be more proactive in the fight against climate change.
“The government should immediately stop all new oil and gas projects by directors of technology companies,” he said. “Either we are in opposition or we are complicit.”
The Courtallam Gallery is expected to remain closed until the end of Thursday and will reopen to the public “as usual” on Friday. Fox News approached the show for further comment.
Views Published online Just Stop Oil shows police response to climate activists.
“This work of art has received the protection and attention of the state. In Ethiopia, Somalia, India, Pakistan, the United States and Australia (to name a few) people affected by climate change are being neglected and abandoned. ”What could be more important? This painting? The Mother of the Future ?!
The trick came after another climate enthusiast Throw in a piece of cake Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa at the Louvre Museum in Paris at the end of May.
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