This Gallery in Sydney Wants You to See Some Art While Naked

  • Highbrow, indeed.



  • The Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia is introducing a brand new exhibit. The performers (members of the Sydney Dance Company) will be dancing completely nude, and all who wish to attend the event must also come in their birthday suit. Exciting right!? We thought so.

    According to Australia News, this event is stirring up Sydney:

    “For one night only, members of the public can take part in a special nudists-only performance of Sydney Dance Company’s Nude Live at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. The show is part of the gallery’s major summer exhibition, Nude: art from the Tate collection.

    “With highly physical and emotionally charged choreography by Rafael Bonachela, dancers respond to paintings, sculptures, photographs and works on paper by renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Lucian Freud, Henri Matisse and Louise Bourgeois,” says the press release.”

    This is highbrow nudity at its finest. Check out the promo video below. (FAIR WARNING: There’s a little bit of dancing lady nipple and a couple butts in this video — no genitals, though — so it’s NSFW if you work in a place where that’s not okay.)

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  • Just look at these perfect human specimens.



  • The ONE NIGHT ONLY nude audience event will be held on Monday, January 23, 2017 at 7:30pm. So you have plenty of time to hit the gym and attempt to look like your best self…Or not! Come as you are, humans!

    Bookings are currently open for people aged over 18. Clothed audience members will not be admitted… as you might have imagined.

    If you ARE LAME AF and want to see the show but keep your pants on, you can head along from January 7-10; 15-17; 22-23. As the performers in these shows are nude these sessions are recommended for people over 16.

    Tickets are $65 and are available online here.

    ARE YOU IN? ARE YOU COMING IN YOUR BDAY SUIT? I sure hope so. Let us know in the comments below or @WhatsTrending on Twitter.