American photography artist Spencer Tunick's works of art were taken to encourage people to check their skin regularly to prevent skin cancer.

(European News Agency)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] As many as 2,500 people posed naked on the beach at Bondi Beach (Bondi Beach) in Sydney, Australia today. This is an attempt by American photographer Spencer Tunick to encourage people to regularly check their skin , a work of art taken by Skin Cancer Prevention.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, at 5:30 am on the 26th, there were as many as 2,500 volunteers on Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, who "dedicated themselves" to the artwork of the American photographer Dunick. The scene was very spectacular. This is Dunick An artistic shoot to raise awareness of skin cancer in Australia.

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The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) pointed out that Australia is the country most affected by skin cancer in the world, and the 2,500 volunteers also correspond to the approximate number of skin cancer deaths in Australia every year. Kate Brown, who participated in the shooting (Transliteration: Kate Brown) said: "It's liberating...it's ecstatic, and just being naked is delightful...cathartic."

"Skin brings us 'unity'," Dunick said. "I have a series of works that use a variety of body shapes and skin tones, so it fits the theme very well (encouraging people to check their skin regularly), because my art The medium is the human body."

At 5:30 am on the 26th, there were as many as 2,500 volunteers on Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, "dedicated" to the artwork of American photographer Dunick (European News Agency)

As many as 2,500 people posed nude at (Bondi Beach) in Sydney, Australia at the same time.

(Associated Press)