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Edition of 4, each unique in size

20 x 30 cm (7.8 x 11.8”)
500 
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80 x 120 cm (31.5 x 47.2”)
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ARTWORK DETAILS

Edition of this artwork
Edition of 4, each unique in size

Type of print
C-Print on mat papper

Signature
On the front. Bottom right

Certificate of Authenticity
Yes, included by the gallery.

Year of Creation
2023 - 2024

Fine Art Artist
Idan Wizen

Collection
The Boomer Collection

The Boomer Collection

The Boomer Collection

15th series of the project “Who’s That Nude In The Living Room?”, The Boomer Collection, embraces the classics and timeless of the 70s. Floral wallpaper, orange sofa, a pop and psychedelic style, flower power do you want some, all sprinkled with small cult objects from those years! Idan Wizen has chosen to bring the seventies style up to date, in an ode to kitsch and clichés!

The colored line winding through the decor symbolizes the questioning and evolution of our relationship to our body, to our image, to our nudity, to our intimacy. Today’s reports are much more complex than those of yesteryear. Faced with universalism, questions of gender and race arise. Faced with the need to accept oneself, there is the omnipresence of the judgment of complete strangers on social networks. The liberation of the body is torn between a hypocritical and galloping puritanism and an omnipresent and invasive pornography.

Nearly 3,000 different people undressed for the project, to evoke diversity in aesthetics, the place of nudity in our society, stuck between puritanism and pornography or even the attraction towards a being of whom we know nothing.

Nude in the Living Room

Nude in the Living Room

“Who’s that Nude In The Living Room?” is a unique artistic project which aims to constitute the largest photographic series ever made representing humanity as it is, in its most natural state, its nudity and its diversity.

Developed by photographer Idan Wizen, this concept of photographic art aims to bring together thousands of models, volunteers of all ages and from all part of society to constitute a huge bank of portraits of men and women of today who have agreed to to show themselves as they are, nude.

These photographs, in their multitude and the originality of each one of them, their dynamism and their naturalness, show to universal human beauty, far beyond the restrictive socio-cultural and aesthetic criteria of our time.

Anyone who poses in his simplest device participates by his own personality, his differences and his particularities in the universality of the humankind.

Idan Wizen has chosen to exacerbate the true authenticity of each of his models, breaking their possible masks, exposing through each of them, the simple and nude beauty of human nature.

He also defies the usual criteria of nude photography with his shocking photos, with a strong artistic bias, where the spontaneous provocation of one model can rub shoulders with the cheerful and naive expression of another, or the modest revelation of a third.

The uniformity of the beauty criteria of our society as well as its modes of expression, “Who’s that Nude In The Living Room?” opposes the multitude, the variety, the strength of character, the movement, the surprising and the natural to the state gross of mankind.

Each photo is unique as its model, and never touched up. This inevitably challenges us and creates in us a curious feeling of closeness, of belonging. Because these models are all of us.

Moved or upset by the freshness of a smile, the roundness of a curve, a playful look, a cry of release or the fragility of a silhouette, we would like to keep one of these photos with us, the image of a being among the multitude of the human race, a nude in the living room!

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