Spencer Tunick is an American photographer known for staging mass nude photo shoots across the globe. This one, shot at Aletsch Glacier in the Swiss Alps, is intended to be both a piece of art and a political statement aimed at raising global warming awareness.
Greenpeace, who helped organize and publicize the event, said the purpose of the photographs is to “establish a symbolic relationship between the vulnerability of the melting glacier and the human body.”
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