Greenpeace and Spencer Tunick Team Up To Save French WinesPosted by Adam Morganstern on Sep 17, 2009 in Events
Working with some obscure theory that wine and taking off your clothes are somehow linked, Greenpeace has teamed up with photographer Spencer Tunick to do a shoot at a vineyard in Burgundy to bring awareness to climate change and how it may affect your favorite vintages.
From the press release:
Save the wines of France!
Greenpeace and Spencer Tunick invite you to participate in a unique art installation that is committed to raising awareness.
On Saturday, October 3rd 2009, in a vineyard in the South of Burgundy – Rain or Shine!
The impacts of climate change are being felt all around the world. In France, they are already affecting the wines and the vineyards. If we don’t act here and now, humankind and its cultural heritage will ultimately be condemned.
For more than 15 years, artist Spencer Tunick has staged mass nude installations all over the world. His collective landscapes always question humankind’s relationship with its environment.
Together, Greenpeace and Spencer Tunick invite you to take part in a unique and original artwork that symbolizes the impacts of climate change.
We all must make our voices heard – or let our bodies speak – to urge political leaders to take action.