SPENCER TUNICK Dead Sea 15, 2011 Dye coupler on aluminum mounted to Plexiglas Besides nudity in general as I learned reading about Spencer Tunick's work, this piece seems to protest that not all models have to have perfect bodies. I see fat and not so perky beasts on several of the models and they are still beautiful.
Spencer Tunick loves to put on a show, preferably one with lots of naked bodies. Location (public) is essential, although he can no longer shoot in the USA. Because of the nature of his work which explores and expands the social, political and legal issues surrounding art in the public sphere, Tunick has been arrested five times while attempting to work outdoors in New York City.
Human Art by photographer Spencer Tunick. Performance art, sociopolitical activism, design and photography came together to subvert the dominant paradigm in art of the nude with compositions of hundreds and thousands of naked subjects in a single composition, which become the landscape themselves.
NYC-Times Square,1997 by Spencer Tunick. I'm honored to have participated as one of 150 nudes in this picture. It was six AM on a cold April morning, took 30 seconds to shoot & it was over. Spencer was arrested on the spot by the NYPD for "promoting exposure of a person."