(5 Jun 2016) Art US photographer Spencer Tunick, famous for photographing groups of nude people in public places, took his talents to the streets of Bogota, Colombia, on Sunday.
Tunick called on help from around six thousand locals, according to local media, who all agreed to take part in the human art installation.
The naked mass gathered together in Bogota’s Bolivar Square, where under Tunick’s direction, they posed outside the country’s congress and statue of Simon Bolivar, a South American revolutionary leader and national symbol of independence.
Participants like Miguel Patino said posing nude along with thousands of people was a “liberating situation.”
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