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Beware of this video, which does not show naked feminists in Spain


Video of women running naked in a Spanish street is hijacked to make believe of an action of feminist activists

These women participated in an installation by artist Spencer Tunick. - Twitter screenshot and 20 minutes montage

  • Have feminists run naked in Spain? This is what many internet users think on Twitter.
  • These women were actually participating in an installation by American artist Spencer Tunick.
  • The performance took place on March 30, 2019, in Valencia, Spain.

Feminist action in Spain? This is not true, but this is how a video is shown showing a group of naked women walking down a street.

"In Spain, feminists are walking naked in the streets to defend their rights," wrote an anonymous surfer on Twitter on January 1. Poor world. Frankly, I prefer 1,000 times Simone Veil or Elisabeth Badinter who had great class, even if we can disagree with their ideas. "

These women participated in an installation by artist Spencer Tunick. - Twitter screenshot

His tweet was shared more than 225 times in less than 24 hours and caused misunderstanding on the social network. The user relies on a viral tweet in Spanish, posted on December 31, without context.


These women participated in a performance by Spencer Tunick. A total of 1,300 people were stripped naked in front of the lens of the American artist on March 30, 2019. The volunteers were gathered in Spain, in Valencia. The house visible in the video is near the place where they found themselves to pose, as seen in Google Maps. The artist posted a video three days after the performance where we see these women walking on the street.

Hacer arte es un esfuerzo serio y sombrío. Making art is a very somber and serious endeavor. #Valencia #intramurs @Intramurs @ajuntamentvlc @GVAculturesport

- Spencer Tunick (@SpencerTunick) April 2, 2019

If only naked women are visible in the video diverted on Twitter, men also participated in the performance, which was carried out as part of a festival, as recalled in April the Spanish fact-checking site Maldita.

The American artist specializes in these installations, where he asks volunteers to pose naked. In 2005 and 2010, he offered the experience in Lyon and Aurillac.

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