The National Gallery of Australia , opened its doors to visitors.
There are plenty of naked retratandoo sculptures in the summer exhibition of the National Gallery, but there was even more nudity in January. The gallery held a unique event on 13 January 2018 that 120 people take advantage of art dresses as they came into the world.
In the evening, the participants gathered in the foyer of the Gallery, and they all received a cocktail to ease the nerves. Was only permitted to people over 18 years, participants were not completely naked – everyone with your shoes, presumably for security reasons.
The event was held around his hyper realistic exhibition exploring the human figure through a series of sculptures and paintings. And for this event were invited 120 people to visit the art, naked. The host Julian Morgans, discovered why 120 people wanted to be naked. "They have come to set aside their insecurities" he said. Check out another article on naked display here.
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THE NATURAL staff