Photographer undress in the street thousands of people for the sake of controversial festival

American photographer Spencer Tunick have planned a massive rally on the streets of Melbourne. On Monday, may 7, according to The Guardian.

Tunick is coming to Australia to hold a controversial festival Provocaré. As planned, thousands of naked people in need over two days in July to go to chapel street for a series of pictures.

the Photographer called for the participation in promotions of models over the age of 18 “any shape, any size, any nationality”.

In 2001, tunics held in Melbourne a similar action. Then five thousand naked people posed on bridge princes. In 2010, he made the thousands of naked people at the foot of the Sydney Opera house.