Woolworths reverses ban on Spencer Tunick mass nude photoshoot in Prahran carpark

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 WOOLIES has reversed its ban on world-renowned artist Spencer Tunick to stage his mass nude photoshoot on its carpark rooftop in Prahran.  Tunick, whose nudes have graced the Sydney Opera House and world heritage sites, wanted to photograph those willing to strip off for art’s sake during Prahran’s Provocaré festival in July.  No it wasn’t too fresh for the Fresh Food People, although those willing to bare all in Melbourne’s winter might have raised as many goosebumps as eyebrows.

WOOLIES has reversed its ban on world-renowned artist Spencer Tunick to stage his mass nude photoshoot on its carpark rooftop in Prahran.

Tunick, whose nudes have graced the Sydney Opera House and world heritage sites, wanted to photograph those willing to strip off for art’s sake during Prahran’s Provocaré festival in July.

No it wasn’t too fresh for the Fresh Food People, although those willing to bare all in Melbourne’s winter might have raised as many goosebumps as eyebrows.