Artist “created” coronavirus on the field with a tractor

By | February 3, 2020

With the help of a tractor and a plow, Italian farmer Dario Gambarin depicted coronavirus on a field.

In Italy, farmer and artist Dario Gambarin created a work on the 2019-nCoV coronavirus outbreak in a field near Verona, ANSA reported on Monday, February 3.

Gambari depicted Chinese characters and wrote the name of the virus in Latin letters using a tractor and plow.

According to the artist, in this way, he wanted to draw attention to the fight against 2019-nCoV.

Recall that in 2017 Gambarin created a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin on the field. He dedicated his work to the G20 summit in Hamburg.
According to the latest data, 361 people died from coronavirus in China, more than 17,000 infected. WHO has recognized the outbreak of coronavirus as an international emergency.

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