Naked exhibition

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PARIS — The most uncomfortable thing about being naked in a museum, it turns out, is the temperature. Museums, I was discovering, are not temperature-controlled for people wearing only sneakers. Jacqueline Bohain, a year-old retiree who had taken an eight-hour bus trip from the Alsace region of eastern France to attend the event on Saturday, tried to warm herself in a sliver of sunlight. Other members of the group jiggled around to heat up.

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Museums, Thomas Rogers discovered, are not temperature-controlled for people wearing only trainers. The most uncomfortable thing about being naked in a museum, it turns out, is the temperature. Museums, I was discovering, are not temperature-controlled for people wearing only trainers. Jacqueline Bohain, a year-old retiree who had taken an eight-hour bus trip from the Alsace region of eastern France to attend the event, tried to warm herself in a sliver of sunlight. Other members of the group jiggled around to heat up. At 10am, I joined the people who had managed to get one of the limited tickets, and we undressed in an ad hoc changing room on the second floor of the museum.

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Naked museum visitors look at pictures of the show "Nude Men from to Today" during a special opening to friends of nudism at the Leopold Museum, Vienna, Austria. The show "Nude Men from to Today" opened its doors from 19 October to March 4,, looking at how artists have dealt with the theme of male nudity over the centuries. They handed over their shirts, trousers and underwear. Everything, in fact, except their shoes and socks. After all, the stone floor can get chilly when you're touring an art exhibit in the nude, which was what more than 60 art lovers did in a special after-hours showing at Vienna's prestigious Leopold museum.