Tunick, who is known for his nude group photos in public spaces, posed participants for more than an hour in a variety of positions Monday. Organisers estimate 5, people posed for the early morning nude photo installation titled "Mardi Gras: The Base". A recent move to turn a building at the historic Whampoa Military Academy, the cradle of China's modern revolutions and military reforms, into a nightclub has sparked public outrage. Hot or not? Who is your favorite? Check out the celeb styles in this week.
Updated July 09, Hundreds of people have shed their clothes on a chilly Melbourne morning and draped themselves in sheer red fabric to be part of the latest photo shoot by internationally renowned photographer Spencer Tunick. About nude models were draped in the fabric on top of a supermarket carpark in Prahran to create the piece called Melbourne Spirit. Tunick has done many nude photo shoots around the world, including on the steps of the Sydney Opera House in
These are external links and will open in a new window. Australian supermarket chain Woolworths says US artist Spencer Tunick can use a car park on top of one of its Melbourne stores for a mass naked photo shoot, reversing an earlier decision. In April, Woolworths turned down Mr Tunick's request to use the location in Prahran, saying it would be too disruptive on a Saturday.
Spencer Tunick at a media conference on Thursday. Credit: Joe Armao. Five-hundred people will strip naked in the dead of Melbourne's winter and cover themselves in coloured paint for the first of a series of photo shoots by world famous artist Spencer Tunick on Sunday.