Artist Spencer Tunick Puzzle: Unlimited Collector Edition Jigsaw Puzzle
b.1967, lives and works in the Lower Hudson Valley, NY.
Title: Big Color
Jigsaw Puzzle Size: (Horizontal) 12"x 16.5" (310mm x 418mm) 285 Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces, ESKA Premium Board, FSC 100% Recycled Paper. Gloss Finish.
Unlimited Collector Edition (2020) produced by Art X Puzzles for the benefit of COVID-19 Relief organizations. The jigsaw puzzle arrives in a traditional cardboard puzzle box with the contemporary artwork image.
Spencer Tunick’s photographs complicates purely erotic associations of the naked body. He photographs installations of small and large groups of naked people in natural and urban landscapes, such as Times Square, the Dead Sea, and the Sydney Opera House. In 2007, The artist organized a photographic installation of more than 18,000 participants, who laid down nude in loosely organized rows, covering Mexico City’s Zocalo Square and the arid deserts of Mexico. His photographs constitute impromptu social events that, in spite of the awkwardness of public nudity, encourage positive attitudes toward the naked body. Tunick has said that his work is “about the freedom to own your body.” The government does not own your body. It’s definitely the body being touched with the environment and the social order of things.
Spencer Tunick, the New York-based artist known for his photographs of mass outdoor nude gatherings, hosted a one-off installation in Hull as the British city and marked 2017 year as the U.K.'s second City of Culture. The unique display was entitled Sea Of Hull, and found its inspiration from East Yorkshire city's maritime history, with participants wearing body paint—and nothing else—to resemble the colors of the sea. Hundreds of people volunteered to strip down in the name of art and paint their bodies for the one-time event.
Behind the Scenes of a Nude Photography Project in Quarantine by Kate Storey | Esquire Magazine
Spencer Tunick Articles | The Guardian
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