Thousands of Colombian men and women disrobed on June 5 for Spencer Tunick’s latest mass nude art project. It was the latest event staged by Tunick, who has done nude photo shoots in cities around the globe. New York-based photographer Spencer Tunick has been creating human art installations for 20 years now.
In 2007 in Mexico City 18,000 people stripped off in the heart of the city’s Zocalo Square. Volunteers have also posed naked in freezing temperatures on a Swiss glacier., all over the world. Tunick’s philosophy is that “Individuals En Masse, Without Their Clothing, Grouped Together, Metamorphose Into A New Shape”.
Tunick’s photographs will be exhibited in Bogota’s Museum Of Modern Art later this year. All the participants will also receive a limited edition print taken by Tunick.