Make Concrete Playground yours with My Playground. Save and share your favourite picks and make plans to go out with friends. Registration is fast and free. Come July, some of us will be feeling that Melbourne winter chill slightly more than others, as acclaimed New York artist Spencer Tunick returns to Australia to stage the next of his famed mass nude photographs.
Woolworths shuts down mass nude photo shoot
Nude Aussies to take part in mass Spencer Tunick photo shoot | Daily Telegraph
The American artist who posed more than people nude on the steps of the Opera House is recruiting Aussies for a coronavirus nude shoot in isolation. Two years ago she joined other people to pose nude for him in a Melbourne shopping precinct. He said the area he lived in north of New York City had been particularly hard hit by the virus. Australians who want to register to be part of the shoot should email a non-nude photograph to StayApartTogetherAustralia gmail. To join the conversation, please log in. Don't have an account? Join the conversation, you are commenting as Logout.
American artist to snap 100 naked Aussies in isolation in one choreographed photo shoot
More than people have gathered in front of the Sydney Opera House to be photographed nude in the name of art and diversity today. A pregnant woman was among the first group of Australians to take their place on the steps of the Opera House just after dawn in photographer Spencer Tunick's latest installation, Mardi Gras: The Base. Mardi Gras festival executive producer Danielle Harvey said people, including sportspeople, doctors, teachers and retirees, had lined up to take part.
Renowned photographer Spencer Tunick has slammed a decision by Woolworths to halt his plans for a new mass nudes photo shoot. Artist Spencer Tunick photographed over 5, people from all walks of life just before dawn at Sydney Opera House on March 1, Source: AAP. An internationally acclaimed photographer has hit out at Woolworths' decision to refuse him permission for a mass-nudity photograph in one its car parks. Spencer Tunick, who is based in New York, planned to photograph up to naked people on the rooftop carpark of the supermarket's store in Prahran, in inner-city Melbourne.