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The topics of this unbelievable documentary, Spencer Tunick, was a surprise when it was shown on cable recently. The controversial artist is seen in an uncanny acc of the method he works by the director of the film, Arleene Donnelly Nelson.We watch as the photographer travels to various countries in order to capture in movie humans that pose vs impressive backgrounds naked. Mr. Tunick speaks candidly about his concepts and how he goes about it. In interviews we see some of his topics discussing before hand their concepts and reservations.It's surprising that Mr. Tunick is able to receive the hundreds of folks to pose for him "en masse" without so much of a problem. His shoot in front of the Cutty Sark, a London landmark, is one of the greatest pictures we see in the film. At the same time, it surprises how the Parisian guards of the Louvre come after him when he tried to photograph a naked boy in the museum's courtyard with the I.M. Pei pyramid in the background. We are shocked, in a way, because if anyone, in our minds, could be more understanding, would be the French!The pictures are not pornographic at all! We see ordinary folks posing nude, but there is no desire whatsoever to project anything sexual to the would be viewer, in any way. The folks posing for Mr. Tunick do so out of their own gratis will, as no one is pressured to do otherwise.After watching the film, we receive an understanding of the artist and his vision.
It was 2 in the morning and I couldn't sleep even though I had to wake up in 7 hours. So I place on something named "Naked World" - which my DirecTV described as "An artist asks folks to pose nude in the streets." Obviously, I was intrigued.What I saw was NOT porn at all. Unless you consider 73 year old boys standing naked in a field a nice turn-on. And then, you have issues.However, this was now really good. This artist went around 7 continents (yeah, Antarctica also) and took pictures of random, common folks (some nice looking, some old, some the anti-supermodel) standing naked, in non-sexual poses.It wasn't all nudity. It showed culture, reactions, and how everyone is diverse, yet we are all the same. Yeah it kinda had a message. Granted, the 400 folks naked in the last stage was a tiny weird.If you have time, check it out.7/10.
Hello, Well I am not in "Naked World", or in "Naked States" but maybe in the next one...? There is an old, very difficult to search documentary on Spencer named "Naked Pavement" 1998 by Joshua Tunick (no relation) which was done in his early career. "Naked States" was next, by Arlene Donnelly, the same who did "Naked World". Arlene is a mate of Spencer's and while there is no critical voice in the movies, the films are more to document what those of us who pose for Spencer feel and to present Spencer at work. Spencer is a visually oriented person, not verbal and when working is highly pressured by the changing light, the fact that we are naked and cold, etc. So he comes across as more abrupt than he really is. Is he an artist with artistic temperament. Oh yes! But as more and more museums have his work, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Albright-Knox I would tell it's art. Will it last? I don't know. Wouldn't you like to have a documentary of past artists at work?
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