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Ten Haaf Projects

Exhibition Detail
Sexhibition
Laurierstraat 248
1016 PT Amsterdam
Netherlands


June 2nd, 2012 - July 21st, 2012
Opening: 
June 2nd, 2012 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
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Ten Haaf Projects is very pleased to announce "Sexhibition", a group show by four female artists on the theme of eroticism. On view will be the finest examples of erotic contemporary art from around the world: Germany, USA, Japan and Ukraine. The work will be in a wide range of mediums: photographs, paintings, sculptures and installations.

Inna Levinson is a young artist from the Ukraine (1987). Her work deals with the humour and banality of sexuality. On view is a sculpture of Mother Mary, not as a saint but in a sexually submissive manner. Also on view will be little sculptures made of matchboxes depicting people in sexual acts, but full of humour.

Dawn Frasch (b. 1978) is from New York. Her paintings explore the depth of desires of sexuality, and the guilt, shame and pleasure that derives from that. Her work is based on Dutch and Flemish masters like Jeroen Bosch and Rubens, but also on Italian renaissance masters like Sandro Botticelli.

Misato Kuroda (b.1986) is a young artist from Japan. On view are photographs of the body of work "Sawako". In these works she photographed herself over period of time, just after having had intercourse. Misato Kuroda gives the viewer a glimpse of her most intimate and seductive moments.

Svenja "Cuntess" Höttler (b.1985) is an artist from Germany. Höttler shows the female as a strong and ruling figure. While often the phallus symbol has been a sign of power, strength and domination, "The Cuntess" (as she calls herself) lets the vagina rule in the same way. On view will be banners, collages and an installation celebrating the female sex organ.


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