"The work is for my daughters, for their future, for them not to grow up in a society with hate, for them to grow up in a world with less violence toward women and more opportunities for them." Those interested in participating should submit a photo to Tunick's website.While normally the artist's shoots invite as many subjects and as many diverse body types as possible, this particular project is capped at 100 individuals.Those selected will be notified by email with exact details concerning logistics.
Since the 1990s, Tunick has organized over 70 massive photo shoots in locations spanning the globe, in which hundreds or thousands of people strip down to revel in the glory of unmediated human flesh.
In the artist's words: "individuals en masse, without their clothing, grouped together, metamorphose into a new shape." Snapped from a distance, his final images often resemble a skin-colored mountain range or fleshy ocean waves.