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Arts and Entertainment

The Arclight is Positively+Naked

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Okay, we think we've finally got that photo cropped so that you aren't being unexpectedly poked by a pecker. Photographs from Spencer Tunick's public nude art installations are on display at the Arclight from today through next Thursday. Tunick's Poz magazine shoot, in which he brought together 85 HIV positive people for naked art in a Manhattan restaurant, was filmed and Postively+Naked is making its local premiere as part of DocuWeek 2005, also currently going on at the Arclight.