Monday, September 2nd, 2019 – New York City is full of art. There is art for everyone. Nude art is part of “The Naked City” too.
Most people are willing to see nude and semi-nude sculptures in public places (and private places), but they do not want to see nude human beings in public places. Why is that?
The human body is an artwork in itself. Our bodies are masterpieces. Our bodies are amazing. Our bodies are working 24/7 even while we are sleeping. Take some time today to tell your body that you love it and that you are grateful. You can also take some time to change the programs in your mind about the naked human body. Today is a great day to be alive, do not you think?
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Public nudity is legal in New York City when it’s for artistic purposes. Let’s create art for the world. The world loves art!
USS Maine National Monument
The Maine Memorial, features nude guys and a child. According to some people, “the child represents innocence leading the way and the nude men are the seas of the world.”
“The USS Maine National Monument is an outdoor monument located at the Merchants’ Gate entrance to Central Park, at Columbus Circle, in Manhattan, New York City. It was cast on September 1, 1912 and dedicated on May 30, 1913 to the men killed aboard USS Maine (ACR-1) when the ship exploded in Havana harbor.
In 1913, a USS Maine Monument designed by Harold Van Buren Magonigle was completed and dedicated in New York City. The monument consists of a pylon with a fountain at its base and sculptures by Attilio Piccirilli surrounding it. A sculpture group of gilded bronze figures atop the pylon represent Columbia Triumphant, her seashell chariot being drawn by three hippocampi, modeled by Audrey Munson. The bronze for this group reportedly came from metal recovered from the guns of the Maine. On the park side of the monument is fixed a memorial plaque that was cast in metal salvaged from the ship. It is not known how many of these plaques by sculptor Charles Keck were produced, but they can be found in many locations across the United States. They were cast by the Jno Williams Bronze Foundry and widely publicized.”_Wikipedia.org
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