The exhibition is designed to “give visitors a unique experience.”
An X-rated museum in France does not allow guests and tourists who are not prepared to strip naked before entering.
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The Museum of Modern Art in Lyon presents a deconstruction of René Descartes’ famous quote “I think, therefore I am” in a new collection of works.
According to the representative of the exhibition, an integral part of this 90-minute exhibition is the need to strip naked. He wants people to “ask questions about the body.”
A macLYON representative said: “Our idea is to question the problem of the body in this space, to see how bodies interact with other bodies.”
His comments were backed up by branch chairman Frederic Martin, who wanted the “focus” of the exhibition to be “social reception”.
“It’s interesting to see the exhibition completely naked. It forces us to focus on our own perception of ourselves through social reception,” he said.
The exhibition is designed to destroy the idea of the body, so as not to “cause panic in a more decent society.”
The event will run until July 9, and then in September 2023 will begin her second act, which focuses on the confrontation between the body and the environment.
Last year, a colleague from a French museum held an exhibition on a similar theme, and the Mayolle Museum in Paris held a series of events for nudists to see the incredibly realistic nude sculptures.
The Paris Association of Naturists welcomed the idea, and it seems the exhibition is meant to reflect the views of Paris’ 2.6 million-strong naturist community.
We will remind, at an abandoned warehouse in Mexico found a dead “goblin”. He has a small body, four limbs, a disfigured face with a pronounced nose, claws and tail.