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Van Gogh and Monet Museum Protests Spark a Debate About Tactics

The soup and potato museum protests similarly elicited shock and confusion. “Embarrassing confession: Did not know that climate change was caused by French impressionists,” Scott Shapiro, a professor at Yale, said on Twitter. Conspiracy theories blossomed about the activists’ motives,…

¿La sopa de tomate en el cuadro de Van Gogh ayuda a la causa climática?

Mientras tanto, en la comunidad académica, los principales estudiosos de la energía como Benjamin K. Sovacool de la Universidad de Boston debaten las ventajas y las desventajas de la militancia climática y, sorprendentemente, se pronuncian a favor de considerar toda…

Climate Protesters Throw Soup Over van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’

LONDON — Climate protesters across Europe have for months been gluing themselves to the frames of famous paintings in a series of attention-grabbing stunts. In Britain, activists have attached themselves to about half-a-dozen masterpieces including John Constable’s “The Hay Wain.”…

In the U.K., Climate Protesters Are Gluing Themselves to Art

LONDON — Room 34 of the National Gallery in London was jammed with tourists Monday afternoon studying the masterpieces of British art on its walls, including J.M.W. Turner’s “The Fighting Temeraire,” which depicts a warship being towed to a breaker’s…

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