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Nude Live 2016

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by Yumna Arif (subscribe)
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Bold art is going mainstream!

It seems that nudity is in vogue as both the Museum of Contemporary Art and Art Gallery of New South Wales are incorporating nakedness as a way in which to view art and a way to express art, respectively.

Strip down to your birthday suit and join artist Stuart Ringholt's as he takes you along in his after-hours Naked Tour as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art's 25th anniversary celebrations.

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Stuart Ringholt is an artist who embraces nudity


Art-lovers are given the chance to experience the MCA collection in their most natural state, allowing nothing to come between them and the artistic visuals, both by way of clothing and mind. Whilst tickets have sold out, bold art-lovers should keep an eye out for similar events in the future.

The Art Gallery of New South Wales has collaborated with the Sydney Dance Company to create over 100 live nude representations of paintings, sculptures, photographs and prints by renowned artists including Picasso, Freud, Matisse, Bourgeois and Dumas. The use of the dancer's bodies presents a highly unique and interesting interpretation of some of the most classic and meaningful works of international art.

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Experience this unique and rare collaboration between the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Sydney Dance Company


This dynamic collision of art and the human body will be exhibiting until 5 February 2017 and tickets can be purchased here.
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When: 710, 1517, 2223 January 2017
Where: Art Gallery of NSW
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