Nude art installation in London marks Sky Arts becoming free

Doctors, care home workers, teachers and more arrived in their hundreds at London’s Alexandra Palace for a new artwork. They all dutifully wore face coverings. Just nothing else.

The socially distanced nude art installation is the work of Spencer Tunick , an artist who has been organising and documenting large crowds of cheerfully naked volunteers for more than 25 years.

Commissioned by Sky Arts to mark its transition to a free-for-everyone channel , 220 people from all walks of life, including jobs which have been at the coronavirus frontline, gathered on a by no means warm Saturday morning for the photoshoot.Titled […]

Source: www.theguardian.com

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