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3200 обнаженных добровольцев, покрашенных в четыре оттенка синего цвета, приняли участие в арт-проекте нью-йоркского художника Спенсера Туника городе Халл, Британия. Это крупнейшая инсталляция подобного рода в Великобритании, в ней участвовали люди из 20 стран мира. Работы под названием "Море Халла" будут выставлены в галерее в 2017 году.

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, picks themselves up off the floor after participating in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016.

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, picks themselves up off the floor after participating in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016.

US artist Spencer Tunick (L), shakes hands with 80 year old Belgian, Arizona-based art collector Stephane Janssen who has participated in 20 of Turnick's installations after around 3000 naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation on the Scale Lane swing bridge in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

US artist Spencer Tunick (L), shakes hands with 80 year old Belgian, Arizona-based art collector Stephane Janssen who has participated in 20 of Turnick's installations after around 3000 naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation on the Scale Lane swing bridge in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

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XXX HOLD PIC XXX XXX HOLD PIC XXX XXX HOLD PIC XXX People take part in an installation titled Sea of Hull by artist Spencer Tunick in Hull. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday July 9, 2016. Thousands of people have stripped and been painted blue as they starred in a huge installation to celebrate Hull's relationship with the sea. Hull City Council said 3,200 people took part in the event - the largest of its kind ever to be staged in the UK by New York-based artist Spencer Tunick. See PA story ARTS Naked. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

XXX HOLD PIC XXX XXX HOLD PIC XXX XXX HOLD PIC XXX People take part in an installation titled Sea of Hull by artist Spencer Tunick in Hull. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday July 9, 2016. Thousands of people have stripped and been painted blue as they starred in a huge installation to celebrate Hull's relationship with the sea. Hull City Council said 3,200 people took part in the event - the largest of its kind ever to be staged in the UK by New York-based artist Spencer Tunick. See PA story ARTS Naked. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

PLEASE NOTE: USAGE RESTRICTIONS APPLY People take part in an installation titled Sea of Hull by artist Spencer Tunick in Hull. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday July 9, 2016. Thousands of people have stripped and been painted blue as they starred in a huge installation to celebrate Hull's relationship with the sea. Hull City Council said 3,200 people took part in the event - the largest of its kind ever to be staged in the UK by New York-based artist Spencer Tunick. See PA story ARTS Naked. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire PLEASE NOTE: Any imagery generated by the media from attendance at this event will be used for news purposes only and cannot be used for commercial purposes. In the event that a member of the media (or a third party) wish to use the imagery generated from the installation for commercial/advertising or any other purposes, advance written permission from the artist must be sought. Any imagery generated from the event will feature AT LEAST 100 people in the foreground of the shot. No close up shots can be reproduced of individuals involved in the installation.

PLEASE NOTE: USAGE RESTRICTIONS APPLY People take part in an installation titled Sea of Hull by artist Spencer Tunick in Hull. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday July 9, 2016. Thousands of people have stripped and been painted blue as they starred in a huge installation to celebrate Hull's relationship with the sea. Hull City Council said 3,200 people took part in the event - the largest of its kind ever to be staged in the UK by New York-based artist Spencer Tunick. See PA story ARTS Naked. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire PLEASE NOTE: Any imagery generated by the media from attendance at this event will be used for news purposes only and cannot be used for commercial purposes. In the event that a member of the media (or a third party) wish to use the imagery generated from the installation for commercial/advertising or any other purposes, advance written permission from the artist must be sought. Any imagery generated from the event will feature AT LEAST 100 people in the foreground of the shot. No close up shots can be reproduced of individuals involved in the installation.

US artist Spencer Tunick, (front row, wearing black) walks between naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation on the Scale Lane swing bridge in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

US artist Spencer Tunick, (front row, wearing black) walks between naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation on the Scale Lane swing bridge in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Queen's Gardens in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Queen's Gardens in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, participate in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, picks themselves up off the floor after participating in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, picks themselves up off the floor after participating in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016. Over a period of 20 years, the New York based artist has created over 90 art installations in some of the most culturally significant places and landmarks around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Place des Arts in Montreal, Mexico City, Ernest Happel Stadium in Vienna and Munich in Germany. / AFP PHOTO / JON SUPER / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION - NO CLOSE UP SHOTS TO BE REPRODUCED OF INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN THE INSTALLATIONJON SUPER/AFP/Getty Images

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, picks themselves up off the floor after participating in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016.

Naked volunteers, painted in blue to reflect the colours found in Marine paintings in Hull's Ferens Art Gallery, picks themselves up off the floor after participating in US artist, Spencer Tunick's "Sea of Hull" installation in Kingston upon Hull on July 9, 2016.

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