E-paper
PrevNext

When a crowd of naked people were covered in blue paint for art!

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US photographer and artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull, England.

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US photographer and artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull, England
Pics/AFP

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US photographer and artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull, England

Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany.

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US photographer and artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull, England

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US photographer and artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull, England

He is best known for organizing large-scale nude shoots and has photographed over 75 human installations around the world since 1994.

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US photographer and artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull, England

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US photographer and artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull, England

Tunick photographed a group of 6,000 naked volunteers of all ages in Bogotá, Colombia on June 4 this year.

You May Like

MORE FROM JAGRAN

0 Comments

    Leave a Reply