Kultur
05.12.2011

Tausende Nackte am Toten Meer

Spencer Tunick drückte wieder den Auslöser. Diesmal ließ er 1200 Menschen nackt am israelischen Ufer des Toten Meers posieren.

Tausende Nackte am Toten Meer

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EPAepa02060175 More than 5,000 Sydneysiders pose nude on the steps of the Sydney Opera House for American photographer Spencer Tunick, Sydney, Australia,01 March 2010. The nude installation and photo shoot titled Mardi Gras: The Base was commissioned by t

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REUTERSNaked volunteers pose for U.S. photographer Spencer Tunick in a vineyard of Pouilly-Fuisse in Fuisse on October 3, 2009. Tunick held the photo session for a Greenpeace campaign highlighting climate change. REUTERS/Robert Pratta (FRANCE ENVIRONMEN

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REUTERSThousands of naked volunteers pose for U.S. photographer Spencer Tunick at Mexico Citys Zocalo square May 6, 2007. A record 18,000 people took off their clothes to pose for Tunick on Sunday in Mexico Citys Zocalo square, the heart of the ancient Az