Those in and around Bay Area interested in provocative artwork can surely tell you about the On the Edge erotic art exhibition that has been taking place in San Francisco for the past seven years. It is presented by Erotic Art Events, a local company which produces and promotes such kind of events and shows featuring a selection of photographs, paintings, sculptures and performance art pieces that celebrate the human connection in a unique way. On the Edge 7 gathers the works of twenty five erotic photographers and more than of examples, from fine art nude to extreme erotica. Furthermore, the visitors will be able to step into a store for unframed photos and get their hands on some quite affordable photographic artworks. Proving that the show promises more than just an art view there is also the Erotic Entertainment and No-Host Cocktail Bar that will be hosted on Friday and Saturday evenings in San Francisco. At the erotic art exhibition, we will be able to find works by numerous photographers working in the field today, including returnees and newly added names. Spanning from black and white to color photography, most of the artists come from California, as well as Washington, Texas, Utah and New York.
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On the Edge 7 - Another Edition of the Ultimate Erotic Art Exhibition
Here in sex-positive paradise, we have sexuality everything-and-anything, from workshops to novelty shops. But until a few weeks ago, the Bay Area -- imagine this -- didn't have an erotic art gallery. Now those starved for sexy art that doesn't shy from close-ups and close encounters and all sorts of unprintable acts have Sacred Profanities, a wee space on San Pablo Avenue in Berkeley that shows paintings, sculptures, photographs, mixed media and other erotically charged work as well as jewelry, soaps, T-shirts and stuffed, uh, body parts. We look forward to the day when sexuality and spirituality are linked together again as they were for most of human history.
Please check back for future events. This exhibition also featured a store with unframed photos and prints, rope tying demonstrations by Mark Yugen, and erotic accessories by "Playdate Toyz". Photos by Kevin Francis Barrett. The theater featured a pole dance performance by the "Atomic Bombshells" and a "Lingerie Lovelies" fashion show, produced and directed by Peter Keresztury.