Spencer Tunick, a world-famous artist and photographer, known for his photo sessions with the participation of crowds of naked people, is coming to Moscow with a new project. Tunick does not plan a large-scale performance this time – Russia’s capital inspired him for something more intimate, GZT.ru website reports.
Tunick will work on his Moscow Individuals project already this month. Only ten nude models will be involved in the project, Jmgroup said. The artist will take pictures of those ten people against the background of Moscow’s empty morning streets. The photographer said that he wanted to take pictures of the awakening city with lonesome and naked people integrated in the city landscape and architecture.
The new photographs will be unveiled at Moscow’s Third Biennale of Modern Art in September.
As usual, Tunick will take pictures of unprofessional models, to whom he sets no age or sex requirements. Anyone, willing to participate in the project, can submit their applications before July 17. Tunick will handpick ten winners personally.
Spencer Tunick was born in 1967. He started taking pictures and making videos of naked people in 1992. For the time being, he has made over 75 temporal installations of tens, hundreds and even thousands of naked individuals. The artist organized his mass projects in different parts of the world: in Caracas, New York, Barcelona, Brugge, London, New Castle and Lyon. Eighteen thousand people participated in his nude project in Mexico in May 2007.
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