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The Naked World of Spencer Tunick   [Copy link] 中文

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Thousands of naked volunteers pose for Spencer Tunick in Mexico City's Zocalo square, on May 6, 2007. (Reuters/Henry Romero)

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Four-hundred and fifty unclothed women are arrayed on the floor around the information booth in New York's Grand Central Terminal as they are photographed by artist Spencer Tunick as part of a human art installation, on October 26, 2003. The women - all volunteers - arrived at Grand Central at about 3 a.m., stripped off their clothes, and composed their bodies into sculptural shapes and formations meant to imitate streets, buildings and cityscapes. (AP Photo/Jennifer Szymaszek)

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Naked volunteers stand on escalators during New York artist Spencer Tunick's "Be Consumed" installation at Selfridge's department store in London, on April 27, 2003. (Reuters/John Pryke)

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Naked volunteers pose for Spencer Tunick in the Europarking building in Amsterdam, on June 3, 2007. (Reuters/Koen van Weel)

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Hundreds of naked volunteers pose nude for an installation for Spencer Tunick at the Ehrenhof museum complex in Duesseldorf, Germany, on August 6, 2006. (Volker Hartmann/AFP/Getty Images)

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Naked volunteers kneel on the road during New York artist Spencer Tunick's installation at Montjuich mountain in Barcelona, on June 8, 2003. Around 15,000 volunteers posed naked for Tunick's Body Craze in the street. (Reuters/Albert Gea)

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Naked volunteers pose for Spencer Tunick in front of the Sydney Opera House, on March 1, 2010. Organizers estimated 5,200 people posed for the early morning nude photo installation titled "Mardi Gras: The Base". (Reuters/Tim Wimborne)

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