Hull set for City of Culture mass nude photograph
Hundreds of people will strip naked as part of a photo shoot to mark Hull as a City of Culture.
Participants will be painted blue on Saturday and pose in front of various city landmarks as part of the project named Sea of Hull.
The work is by internationally-renowned photographer Spencer Tunick and has been commissioned by the city’s Ferens Art Gallery.
It will be exhibited as part of the year-long arts festival in 2017.
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New York-based Tunick has created more than 90 similar human installations worldwide, including at the Sydney Opera House, the Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City and Munich in Germany.
His work in the UK has used places such as Gateshead and Folkestone as backdrops
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