The dissidents said that they needed to point out the annihilation of the planet.
In a proclamation, examiners said that their “objective, but significant you think about it, doesn’t legitimize the means.”
Their activity followed comparable fights in Potsdam, Germany, when dissenters tossed pureed potatoes at French Impressionist Claude Monet’s “Grainstacks,” and at London’s Public Display, when two enemy of oil dissidents tossed tomato soup on Dutch Post-Impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh’s “Sunflowers,” then, at that point, stuck themselves to the wall.
None of the artworks have been harmed.
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