Saturday, February 18, 2012

Mookie Tenenbaum and his 32 Beret Wearing Models

Tenembaum's work reflects his views on the State, freedom, and ecology.
The Argentine conceptual artist Mookie Tenembaum toured the Avenida de Mayo in Buenos Aires with a show featuring scantily clad models with berets to ask for the right to immortality.
Tenembaum presented his new urban action, called "Immortality or death", to Congress to ask the Argentine deputies to amend the Constitution to guarantee the right to die.
The performance was starring 32 models naked from the waist up. "Women's breasts are the symbol of life, through them I mean immortality, and the symbol of infinity is our logo," said Tenembaum.
The women wore black berets in reference to the Argentine revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, offering a new version of the slogan "Fatherland or death."

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