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Climate activists throw flour on BMW painted by Warhol

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Protesters took out their anguish on an Andy Warhol artwork in Milan, Italy, on Friday by throwing flour on a sports car painted by the pop artist in 1979.

The event is just another in a trend set by Gen Z climate change activists targeting artwork in galleries and vandalizing it with food or other means.

Ultima Generazione, or Last Generation, climate change activists turned to Andy Warhol’s painted BMW in Milan on Friday, November 18, 2022, and covered it in flour.
(Reuters)

Two climate change protesters pelted a Van Gogh painting with tomato soup while two others smeared mashed potatoes on a Monet. Another threw cake at the Mona Lisa and others poured milk on store floors for environmental justice.

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In each case, the artwork was not destroyed because it was protected by glass.

This time, Reuters reported, members of the Ultima Generazione, or Last Generation, group covered Warhol’s BMW Art Car in flour to make it look like it was covered in snow.

Ultima Generazione, or Last Generation, activists covered Andy Warhol's painted BMW with flour on Friday, November 18, 2022 to protest climate change.

Ultima Generazione, or Last Generation, activists covered Andy Warhol’s painted BMW with flour on Friday, November 18, 2022 to protest climate change.
(Reuters)

According to the Ultima Generazione website, the group carries out nonviolent civil disobedience actions to demand urgent and concrete action against the collapse of the ecoclimate.

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Climate talks were underway in Egypt when the group defaced the sports car.

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UN negotiators have agreed to pay “reparations” to the poorest nations, but have not provided details on how the payments would be made. China, the world’s second-largest economy and the world’s biggest polluter, was not required to automatically contribute funds.

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