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Palais de Tokyo Art Gallery in Paris Opens its Doors for Nudists

Have you ever gone around an art gallery and thought, "This would be much better if I was naked?" If the answer is yes, then the Palais de Tokyo in Paris is the answer.

Have you ever gone around an art gallery and thought, "This would be much better if I was naked?" If the answer is yes, then the Palais de Tokyo in Paris is the answer.  This contemporary-style art gallery in Paris allows guests to undress for a clothes-free event on May 5. Guests can take off their clothes in the dressing room, before wandering in the Palais hall to admire the statues and paintings.  To avoid surprising meetings, a visit is made before the official opening of the museum. Staff who wear clothes will provide insight into the artwork.  This event marked the first time a museum in Paris welcomed its naked guests, following last summer's success from the naked zone in the city park of Bois de Vincennes, Paris .   HomeLifestyleArt & Culture Palais de Tokyo Art Gallery in Paris Opens its Doors for Nudists Liputan6.comLiputan6.com May 12, 2018, 1:00 PM WIB  Museum Visit Without Clothing Visitors see the collection at the 'Discorde, Fille de la Nuit' exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris, May 5, 2018. This museum is the first museum to find a special visit from nudists or nudes. (AFP / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT) Liputan6.com, Jakarta Have you ever gone around an art gallery and thought, "This would be much better if I was naked?" If the answer is yes, then the Palais de Tokyo in Paris is the answer.  This contemporary-style art gallery in Paris allows guests to undress for a clothes-free event on May 5. Guests can take off their clothes in the dressing room, before wandering in the Palais hall to admire the statues and paintings.  READ ALSO Sorry, Don't Kiss the Cheek First in Paris To avoid surprising meetings, a visit is made before the official opening of the museum. Staff who wear clothes will provide insight into the artwork.  This event marked the first time a museum in Paris welcomed its naked guests, following last summer's success from the naked zone in the city park of Bois de Vincennes, Paris .  Enjoy Artwork in a Different Way  Guests expressed that they enjoyed this different experience. "The atmosphere is very good," said one of the guests, adding that at first there was a sense of shame, but this way allows you to enjoy the artwork differently.  Time will tell whether more Paris museums will open their doors to visitors without clothes, such as enjoying Mona Lisa paintings on the Louvre or admiring the Monet water lilies in Orangerie.  There are around 2.6 million French citizens registered with active French Nudist Associations. Naturists Paris can bathe in Roger Le Gall's swimming pool and enjoy nude sports classes and bowling games.


This contemporary-style art gallery in Paris allows guests to undress for a clothes-free event on May 5. Guests can take off their clothes in the dressing room, before wandering in the Palais hall to admire the statues and paintings.

To avoid surprising meetings, a visit is made before the official opening of the museum. Staff who wear clothes will provide insight into the artwork.

This event marked the first time a museum in Paris welcomed its naked guests, following last summer's success from the naked zone in the city park of Bois de Vincennes, Paris .

Enjoy Artwork in a Different Way

Have you ever gone around an art gallery and thought, "This would be much better if I was naked?" If the answer is yes, then the Palais de Tokyo in Paris is the answer.  This contemporary-style art gallery in Paris allows guests to undress for a clothes-free event on May 5. Guests can take off their clothes in the dressing room, before wandering in the Palais hall to admire the statues and paintings.  To avoid surprising meetings, a visit is made before the official opening of the museum. Staff who wear clothes will provide insight into the artwork.  This event marked the first time a museum in Paris welcomed its naked guests, following last summer's success from the naked zone in the city park of Bois de Vincennes, Paris .   HomeLifestyleArt & Culture Palais de Tokyo Art Gallery in Paris Opens its Doors for Nudists Liputan6.comLiputan6.com May 12, 2018, 1:00 PM WIB  Museum Visit Without Clothing Visitors see the collection at the 'Discorde, Fille de la Nuit' exhibition at the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris, May 5, 2018. This museum is the first museum to find a special visit from nudists or nudes. (AFP / GEOFFROY VAN DER HASSELT) Liputan6.com, Jakarta Have you ever gone around an art gallery and thought, "This would be much better if I was naked?" If the answer is yes, then the Palais de Tokyo in Paris is the answer.  This contemporary-style art gallery in Paris allows guests to undress for a clothes-free event on May 5. Guests can take off their clothes in the dressing room, before wandering in the Palais hall to admire the statues and paintings.  READ ALSO Sorry, Don't Kiss the Cheek First in Paris To avoid surprising meetings, a visit is made before the official opening of the museum. Staff who wear clothes will provide insight into the artwork.  This event marked the first time a museum in Paris welcomed its naked guests, following last summer's success from the naked zone in the city park of Bois de Vincennes, Paris .  Enjoy Artwork in a Different Way  Guests expressed that they enjoyed this different experience. "The atmosphere is very good," said one of the guests, adding that at first there was a sense of shame, but this way allows you to enjoy the artwork differently.  Time will tell whether more Paris museums will open their doors to visitors without clothes, such as enjoying Mona Lisa paintings on the Louvre or admiring the Monet water lilies in Orangerie.  There are around 2.6 million French citizens registered with active French Nudist Associations. Naturists Paris can bathe in Roger Le Gall's swimming pool and enjoy nude sports classes and bowling games.


Guests expressed that they enjoyed this different experience. "The atmosphere is very good," said one of the guests, adding that at first there was a sense of shame, but this way allows you to enjoy the artwork differently.

Time will tell whether more Paris museums will open their doors to visitors without clothes, such as enjoying Mona Lisa paintings on the Louvre or admiring the Monet water lilies in Orangerie.

There are around 2.6 million French citizens registered with active French Nudist Associations. Naturists Paris can bathe in Roger Le Gall's swimming pool and enjoy nude sports classes and bowling games.

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