Cortlandt Alley, 2002
24 × 30 in
Courtesy the artist and I-20 Gallery, New York
Spencer Tunick, known internationally for his photographs of crowds of naked people set in urban and rural settings, created a new photograph commissioned for Art in General’s 20th Anniversary. The site-specific installation/performance was conducted in Cortlandt Alley, which runs alongside Art in General’s facilities, in the spring of 2002. Tunick’s use of the naked form creates a sense of an abstract landscape in his works.