“I think we live in a difficult and turbulent world … where things are of feet into the air,” explained.
Photographer Spencer Tunick, famous for his photographs with dozens of naked people, has a new job, thought to reflect the effect Trump, representing how the US presidential candidate reversed ideas and created hysteria.
It is at least that intention known artist: his latest work was photographed on Friday in the picturesque San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, but this time with the head models down.
“Trump is to turn our minds over and giving us nerve racking, with hysteria,” he told Reuters. “I think we live in a difficult and turbulent world … where things are of feet into the air,” he argued.
Referring to the intention of Trump to build a wall on the border with Mexico, Tunick says he hates “fences and walls” in their work and “in life.” Tunick’s visit to San Miguel de Allende is integrated in the festival “La Calaca”.