Monday, September 19, 2011

Spencer Tunick @ The Dead Sea

EIN GEDI.- A group of naked men take directions from US artist Spencer Tunick (off camera to left) and look left towards the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea, as some women take showers to remove the greasy water of the Dead Sea when some 1,000 people stripped down and took to the Dead Sea, at Mineral Beach, north of Ein Gedi, on 17 September 2011. Tunick creates environmental, mass-nude art installations and photographs them in order to show the human relationship with the environment The Naked Sea project is supposed to raise awareness to the plight of the Dead Sea, with its mineral-rich water levels drastically lowering.

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