Residents of the British city of Kingston-upon-hull (formerly hull) encouraged to participate in the new campaign the American photographer Spencer Tunick, who loves to shoot the crowd of naked people, reports Sky News on 30 March.
The project is called “Sea hall” and is related to the fact that in 2017 the city will be the city of culture UK. Shooting is scheduled for July 9, 2016, and the final result of tunics will present next year.
The organizers expect that the call will respond to hundreds of local residents. The action allowed people over the age of 18. Their bodies will be covered with paint of various shades of seawater, to emphasize the importance of the sea in the city’s history. The photographer believes that the paint will help the participants to overcome shyness.
“This is a great opportunity for those interested in art and would like to pose Nude, but shy,” said the photographer. According to the Tunic, was inspired by the information that many of the streets of the modern city in the past were part of the sea.
Spencer Tunick — author of more than 90 installations involving naked people, which he took in various countries around the world, including in Russia.
Kingston-upon-hull located in England, 40 km from the North sea.