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From his vegetable garden at the Guggenheim, Tomato Man conquers New York

From his vegetable garden at the Guggenheim, Tomato Man conquers New York


By Massimo Basile (La Repubblica)


TEvery afternoon, Tomato Man enters through the service door that leads to the sanitary facilities and the chocolate bar dispenser, puts on latex gloves, adjusts the mask on his face then enters the vegetable garden and begins to s’ take care of his tomatoes. This is what does David Litvin for three and a half months, like millions of people in the fields or in their vegetable garden. But the setting is very different: the braids of tomatoes are bathed in a light of pink neon, skirting a window with seven leaves, and outside, a few rare cars cross Fifth Avenue. Opposite, Central Park. And all around, a vertical city of steel that was, before the pandemic, among the most crowded in the world.

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