Spencer Tunick

Feature

Saturday, March 27, 2004

Over the past 10 years, the artist Spencer Tunick has probably photographed more naked people than any person on earth. You may have seen him fill Times Square with nude volunteers in an installation that HBO chronicled in a documentary. He's been arrested repeatedly for "unlawful assemblies" but the courts repeatedly uphold his right to do what he does. Last year Tunick's work reached a new zenith when he photographed more than 7,000 naked people in Barcelona. Now, he's back in the US working on a new, more intimate, series of works. Produced by Matt Holzman

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