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About 1, people shed their clothes for the photographer on the banks of the River Tyne last July. They braved the chilly conditions for the opportunity to participate in an art installation by famous nude photographer Spencer Tunick. Are flying taxis about to become a reality? More awkwardness was in store when Tunick ordered those at the back to come down near the front. It was one thing to pose nude amid the anonymity of all that flesh.
More than 18, people stripped down and bared it all in Mexico City's vast main square for Spencer Tunick's biggest nude shoot yet. Hordes of us eagerly queued up to be covered head-to-toe in plaster for Antony Gormley's Domain Field, and even more of us stripped off at dawn for Spencer Tunick's mass- nudity installation. Click here to subscribe. One of them, inspired by Britain's industrial northern landscapes, is at the Lowry in Manchester. Saturday, volunteers will get bloody and bruised at Northern Stage as part of a major new piece by Wang Qingsong.