Spencer Tonic - Dead Sea Installation Works
Spencer Tonic, one of the most respected and famous photographers in the world, has won international acclaim for his work groundbreaking installations where thousands of people gathered naked photographs Mass throughout the world.
On September 17, 2011, he created the installation Spencer Tunick Dead Sea - the first mass nude photo in Israel.
More than 1,200 "models" arrived before dawn, took their clothes off and hovered harmony Dead Sea.
Spencer Tonic is a Jewish-American artist and photographer. Tonic was born in Middletown, New York. Devoted his life for the realization of a unique photo project, which is documenting the mass shooting people naked in various places in nature or in the city. Since 1992 Tonic takes nude photographs of individuals and groups.
In 1994 he photographed 75 different photos. Two of his three artistic affectation held in Sydney, Australia (2010), in which 5,200 Australians posed naked, and the Dead Sea, Israel, which were photographed approximately 1,200 people.
Currently displayed in the gallery Ferrate, in BARAM City Press, a display of a selection of works by Spencer Tonic/
the Works are for sale.
Curator: Keren bar gil.
Spencer Tonic in Israel is represented exclusively by Keren bar gil.