. In Case You’ve Missed It German Museums Fine Climate Protestors for Damaging Property, But Environmental Groups Show No Signs of Slowing Down « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NET NEWS – The recent spate of climate protests at museums across Europe have involved cheap tricks that use everyday items like glue, tomato soup and mashed potatoes. But this doesn’t mean they don’t come at a high cost, with some activists in Germany now facing fines. Just last week mashed potato was thrown at a painting by Claude Monet at the Barberini Museum in Potsdam, an incident which is estimated to cost the museum up to five-figures thanks to necessary repairs to the work’s historical frame and the gallery’s adjacent wall.

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