Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective
Erotic Art <br> collective

Erotic Art
collective

Grove Press, 1968
First edition, second printing
Hardcover with dust jacket, 314 pages, 220 x 280 mm
Condition: Very Good. Wear and foxing to dust jacket, interior in excellent condition

 

Visual artists have suffered more than writers from the restrictions of censorship. Important areas of human behavior and fantasy couldn't be revealed in the fine arts unless depicted explicitly, and, in the West especially, strict laws and severe penalties had imposed a wall of secrecy around the fact that almost every major artist has dealt at some time with “forbidden”subject matter.

This book stems from the First International Exhibition of Erotic Art, which took place in Sweden and Denmark in 1968. Based on the private collection of psychologists Phyllis and Eberhard Kronhausen, it includes over 400 examples of erotic pictures and statuary from different cultures from ancient to modern times.

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