Around 2,500 people stripped off for a naked photo shoot on Australia's Bondi Beach on Saturday, designed to raise awareness of skin cancer.
Hundreds of people wearing only white body paint have walked across a stark desert expanse near the Dead Sea, part of the latest photography project of American artist Spencer Tunick. The 54-year-old photographer visited the spot in southern Israel as a guest of the tourism ministry to portray for the...
Some 300 male and female volunteers stripped naked and donned white body paint for an artistic installation meant to draw attention to the shrinking Dead Sea. They posed for US photographer Spencer Tunick, who has done similar installations in other exotic locales around the world, including French wine country, a Swiss glacier, a beach in South Africa and Hull.