The National Gallery in London has launched a new attraction that aims to bring the nakedness of naked people to life.
The exhibition titled Nudist World will run until January 26, and the exhibition will feature works from more than 70 nudist artists and art historians.
Nudists in London, which was founded in 1890, have a long history of promoting the art and art history of nudism, which dates back thousands of years.
Nude artists like Margaret Mead and Marie Curie, and artists like Henri Matisse, Salvador Dalí, and Salvador Dali were among the first to portray naked bodies in art.
The National’s new exhibition explores how nudism has been viewed and embraced by the public.
The museum has partnered with a number of artists, including Nourish London, to create a collection of works that have been inspired by the exhibition.
Nudge London is a partnership between the National Gallery of London, The National Nudism Center, and Nourishment London.
Nidists can expect to see work by artists including Margaret Mead, Francis Bacon, Marie Curies, Salvador Dantès, Claude Monet, Claude Belles-Lettre, Georges Braque, Jean Baudrillard, Claude Chabrol, Robert Rauschenberg, Richard Attenborough, and many more.
Naturist Museum in London says that the exhibition is “a very rare opportunity to be a part of the National’s collection, where a very different experience is offered than in the past.”
The National Museum of Nudity, London’s largest museum, has been a founding partner in the Nudisting Society and the National Nude Museum since its inception in 1897.
It was also the home to the first National Museum for the Humanities in London.