Naked volunteers lie on Aletsch glacier, posing for photographer Spencer Tunick as part of an environmental campaign about global warming, on August 18,
People take part in an installation titled Sea of Hull by artist Spencer Tunick in Hull. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA They came in their thousands, some walking, some leaning on crutches, others in.
SPENCER TUNICK: AN UPDATE. It should be said that Spencer Tunick’s pictures of naked people in public places have little in common with “free love” or the “Woodstock Nation,” because their fundamental message is neither sexual nor communitarian.
Spencer Tunick returns to Melbourne for nude shoot in middle of winter. ON AN icy cold morning in Melbourne, these people bravely volunteered to get naked on a supermarket’s rooftop carpark. Tunick has made his name coordinating more than large-scale nude photos in public spaces around the world, from Munich to Mexico City. The latter attracted a reported 18, naked participants.