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article imageGuided naked tours of Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art

By Anne Sewell     Mar 31, 2012 in Odd News
Sydney - Now you have the chance to bare it all when you visit the museum. However, where on earth do you keep your ticket stub?
Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art has invited art lovers to enjoy exhibitions in their natural state. Nude guided tours are now on offer and will be available from late April.
The Museum of Contemporary Art is located on the edge of the world-renowned Sydney Harbour.
As nudity is not considered a taboo in Australia, the museum is inviting visitors to “gain a new perspective on the current MCA exhibitions by viewing them entirely nude.”
Ironically the first "adults only" nude exhibition will be dealing with “themes of fear and embarrassment” and is scheduled to be held on April 27-29, after hours.
The museum's website says: “Remove the material barriers between artist and audience (literally) when you join artist Stuart Ringholt’s tour followed by a nude reception.” The artist himself will apparently also be naked at the showing.
However, the museum says: ”No worries, the museum has arranged changing areas for naked art aficionados."
The Curator, Rachel Kent has commented: "Sydney loves nude people, if the nude beaches are anything to go by."
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