Expose yourself to art
"Expose yourself to art" From Monet to Kandinsky - Flashing an artwork in 1978
If you don’t already know “Expose yourself to art” is a well-known poser which was made from a photo. The photo was taken in 1978 and featured Bud Clark apparently flashing a female statue.
The artwork is called Kvinneakt (author Norman J. Taylor) and the sculpture is representing a nude woman made out of bronze.
The photo was originally intended to help create a poster for Veneral Disease Action Conseil.
But the surprise comes when a reader-submitted the caption “expose yourself to art”.
With $50, Ryerson printed poster, then sold 800 of them for one dollar each.
By 1984, the year Clark was elected mayor, Ryerson has sold more than 250.000 posters with profits supporting The Northwest Neighbor.
Bangkok “From Monet to Kandinsky. Visions Alive”
Last year in Bangkok “From Monet to Kandinsky. Visions Alive” was a spectacular production that originated in Berlin, Germany.
It presented works of 16 of the most famous modernist artists including Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Paul Signac, Vincent Van Gogh, and Wassily Kandinsky.
One interesting part was that the below photo from the exhibition become viral on social media.
Choose the winner
What do you think? Who will get the most exposure?
Anyway, here are some beautiful photos from the event!