Antwerp's Photography Museum welcomes completely naked visitors

Have you ever dreamed of visiting a museum without any clothes on? It will be possible in Antwerp's renowned Photography Museum. A special session will be held outside normal opening times next week to please nude enthusiasts. 

A naturist club already enjoyed a private visit last year, but this time everyone has the chance to come, which is a first, underlines spokeswoman Isabelle Willems. The visits will take place next Wednesday and Thursday; there are only places left for Thursday 19 July at present. While visitors will only be allowed without clothes, the museum guards and other staff will keep their clothes on. 

The nude visits will take place at a moment when the Dutch photographer Paul Kooiker is highlighted in the museum. His exhibition centres on voyeurism, shame and distance and contains several nude pictures.