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Ten thousand potential nudes have ed up to pose for world-renowned photographer Spencer Tunick in Melbourne for the artist's latest mass-nudity photograph but corporate giant Woolworths, whose car park is in his sights, isn't sharing his naked ambition.
State leaders aren't buying into the global artistic disagreement either. The premier and opposition leader both say the decision on the Prahran rooftop car park is up to Woolies, while the state tourism minister sees it as a good opportunity for Victoria.
State Tourism Minister John Eren could see the benefits, given the views the location offers of the city skyline. I'd probably think that Woolworths might reconsider their options," he told Melbourne radio 3AW.
New York based Tunick planned to photograph thousands of nude people on the supermarket rooftop because of its special location. The event organisers said they had done their research and found the staged nude photograph would have minimal impact on Woolworths customers. More than 10, people have already registered to be a part of the artwork, doubling the crowd of that posed for Tunick on the Princes Bridge when he last visited Melbourne in The artist last visited Australia inphotographing nude people on the steps of the Sydney Opera House.
Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser's trusted source for property. Home What's On. Opposition Leader Matthew Guy said the company has "got their right to say yes or no. But the supermarket giant refused as it doesn't want its customers inconvenienced.
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Melbourne Woolies turns down Tunick nudes