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Photographer Appeals To Pose Nude At The Republican National Convention For A Cause

Warning This post includes total nude images.

The Republican National Convention is a new photography project undertaken by nude photographer Spencer Tunick. This artist from the USA is looking for 100 bold ladies to pose naked for a Cleveland-based photoshoot on July 17, 2016. All feminist activists, nudists, and Cleveland-based democrats can be a part of this extraordinary photoshoot.

Tunick has organized over 70 massive photo shoots in various locations of the world since 1990s. He believes that: "individuals en masse, without their clothing, grouped together, metamorphose into a new shape." In his new project, 100 naked women will carry large mirror discs that will represent the knowledge and wisdom of progressive women and the concept of 'Mother Nature' at the convention center.

Let's see some previous works of this nude photographer.Images via Huffington post 



Photographer Appeals To Pose Nude At The Republican National
Convention For A Cause

Photographer Appeals To Pose Nude At The Republican National Convention For A Cause

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1) 1,700 naked volunteers posed for Spencer Tunick in downtown Munich on 23 June, 2012. 

1) 1,700 naked volunteers posed for Spencer Tunick in downtown Munich on 23 June, 2012. 

2) Image of nude volunteers posing in front of the Sydney Opera House on 1 March, 2010.

2) Image of nude volunteers posing in front of the Sydney Opera House
on 1 March, 2010.

3) Around 5,200 naked people participated for the early morning nude photo session titled "Mardi Gras: The Base."

3) Around 5,200 naked people participated for the early
morning nude photo session titled “Mardi Gras: The Base.”

4) Naked volunteers playing with pillows in front of the Gaasbeek's Castle on 9 July, 2011. 

4) Naked volunteers playing with pillows in
front of the Gaasbeek’s Castle on 9 July, 2011. 

5) Around 800 people posed for the early morning nude photoshoot titled "Sleeping Beauties."

5) Around 800 people posed for the early morning nude photoshoot titled “Sleeping Beauties.”

6) Naked volunteers posing at the Aletsch glacier on 18 August, 2007. 

6) Naked volunteers posing at the Aletsch
glacier on 18 August, 2007. 

7) This photo session was conducted for a Greenpeace campaign that highlighted climate change. 

7) This photo session was conducted for a Greenpeace
campaign that highlighted climate change. 

8) Naked volunteers posing in a vineyard of Pouilly-Fuisse in Fuisse on 3 October, 2009. 

8) Naked volunteers posing in a vineyard of Pouilly-Fuisse
in Fuisse on 3 October, 2009. 

9) Around 1,800 people pose naked at the Ernst Happel soccer stadium in Vienna on May 11, 2008. 

9) Around 1,800 people pose naked at the Ernst Happel soccer
stadium in Vienna on May 11, 2008. 

10) Image of the nude volunteers posing in the Europarking building in Amsterdam on 3 June, 2007. 

10) Image of the nude volunteers posing in the Europarking
building in Amsterdam on 3 June, 2007. 

11) Glimpse of Mexico City's Zocalo square on May 6, 2007. 

11) Glimpse of Mexico City’s Zocalo square
on May 6, 2007. 

12) Photo session organized in the heart of the ancient Aztec empire. 

12) Photo session organized
in the heart of the ancient Aztec empire. 

13) Three-dimensional body sculpture at the Museum Kunst Palast in Duesseldorf on 6 August, 2006. 

13) Three-dimensional body
sculpture at the Museum Kunst Palast in Duesseldorf on 6 August, 2006. 

14) Stadschouwburg theatre in the northern Belgian city of Bruges on 7 May, 2005. 

14) Stadschouwburg theatre
in the northern Belgian city of Bruges on 7 May, 2005. 

15) Volunteers posing naked during the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London on 15 April, 2003. 

15) Volunteers posing naked during the opening of the new
Saatchi Gallery in London on 15 April, 2003. 

16) Image of nude volunteers posing in the northern Portuguese village of Santa Maria da Feira on 13 September, 2003. 

16) Image of nude volunteers posing in the northern
Portuguese village of Santa Maria da Feira on 13 September, 2003. 

Tunick explained about his new project, "The work is for my daughters, for their future, for them not to grow up in a society with hate, for them to grow up in a world with less violence toward women and more opportunities for them." Interested participants can drop their pictures at Tunick's website. Selected candidates will be informed by email with exact details concerning the shoot.

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