Johnnie Walker and Bogotá’s Museum of Modern Art have joined forces to create a short documentary entitled Keep Walking Colombia which profiles the work of photographer Spencer Tunick.
Tunick, who’s renowned for his large-scale nude photos, captured the optimistic mood of a nation on the road to peace through his recent art installation in Bolívar Square in Bogotá.
Designed to bring awareness to an often unseen side of Colombia’s story, this collaboration tells the stories of five Colombians divided by war, but who came together through Tunick’s unifying artwork.
The film goes behind the scenes of Tunick’s project, which brought together 6,000 nude Colombians from all over the country to represent a new wave of unity. Despite years of conflict, Keep Walking Colombia is a celebration of equality, unity and optimism for a better tomorrow.
Watch the moving stories, below.
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