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Advertise Team Press Archives Contact. More About us Press Advertise Contact. Join Now Login. Now Reading: Join Fubiz Now! My nude My bookmarks Exclusive content Sign Out. Login to Fubiz or create an account. Remember me. Golub model that 'Body Notes' was inspired by artist Matthew 'Levee' Chavez's 'Subway Therapy' wall at the Union Square subway station, which sprang into existence in the days following the presidential election and quickly became a place where commuters could express their post-election sentiments by jotting them on Post-it notes for all to see.
Artists, anoword Caren Charles pictured painted hundreds of nude models with messages meant to inspire 'positivity and acceptance' during New York City artist Andy Golub's latest public body painting exhibit, 'Body Notes,' on Friday. New York's Times Square played host to nude models over a four hour period while they were painted and photographed. During a three-hour period, models stripped down to their bare skin to be painted by artists in the middle of Times Square.
After everyone was painted, the models walked over to the red bleachers in Times Square for an hour-long photo topless girlfriend in public.
Models picked which phrases would be written on their torsos. The phrases were meant to inspire positivity and acceptance. In Golub's exhibit, nude models were painted a base color and then their torsos were emblazoned with a statement of their choosing, ranging from phrases like 'Art is free' and 'Friends make the world go round' to 'My body my art' and 'Ask me why I love my body.
Nude models were painted during a three hour span, followed by an hour of photography on Times Square's red bleachers, surrounded by looky-loos the entire time. Warning signs were posted around the area where the body painting took place, alerting visitors to expect public nudity nearby.
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