Published On: Thu, Jul 28th, 2016

Photographer Spencer Tunick will screen a film at Matilda in SMA

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Famous and prestigious photographer Spencer Tunick, who did a photoshoot with 100 nude women at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, to protest against Donald Trump’s nomination a few days ago, and who was able to convene more than 18 thousand naked people at the “Zócalo” in Mexico City, for a world record, will be screening a film at Hotel Matilda in San Miguel de Allende on Thursday August 18, 2016.

Spencer Tunick (photo: sdpnoticias.com)

Spencer Tunick (photo: sdpnoticias.com)

The photographer will return to Mexico with the intention of presenting his video “Underwater” at Matilda Hotel in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato,  which swimming pool was an important part of Tunick’s film project.

Matilda Hotel in SMA (photo: sdpnoticias.com)

Matilda Hotel swimming pool (photo: sdpnoticias.com)

Also, on August 18, a special event will be held to publicize Tunick’s photographic works and videos. The venue will be the Moxi restaurant, featuring a “Supper Club” dinner, where chefs Carlos Zamora and Jorge Ildefonso, will be collaborating together and will prepare a menu of various dishes for the ocassion. Ildelfonso is the executive chef of Viceroy Riviera Maya.

“The night will be full of uncensored delights combined with exciting art and an exquisite dinner hosted by two of the most innovative chefs in Mexico” said Bruce James, Director of Matilda Hotel.

Spencer Tunick's body of work explores and expands the social, political and legal issues surrounding art in the public sphere (photo: google),

Spencer Tunick’s body of work explores and expands the social, political and legal issues surrounding art in the public sphere (photo: Google)

The event cost is 1,500 pesos  (80 USD) per person and if you want to attend this one of a kind event, write an e-mail to:  restaurant@hotelmatilda.com.

Source: http://www.sdpnoticias.com/

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