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Ties that Bind 

Wednesday, Sep 12 2012
Fit to be tied after a long week? Experience rope bondage opening night at San Francisco Erotic Art Exhibition 2. Have you forgotten how to play? Rediscover your inner freaky child with Good Vibrations’ adult toy demo Saturday. Copious activities are spread out over the three-day event, with over 400 pieces of art definitely NSFW (not safe for work). Sculptor cum curator Peter Keresztury of Erotic Art Events commingles the work of 25 artists, including photography from Eugene Frankel’s traditional nudes to the holography of Ronnie Olson, and paintings from heavy metal cover artist Lorenzo Sperlonga to The Kinky Coloring Book’s James Courtney. If your preference is sculpture, get your hands on Michael Staley’s nine inch, bejeweled penises, or life casts from Kozmo Bates’ Ranch of Raunch. Giddy up. Bondage dominates the scene. Todd c. Hartman of LIGHT Bondage “binds” his models by moving around them with a light source, his camera lens gaping, producing virtual restraints that bristle with electricity. Others favor a good, old fashioned hemp or nylon rope. The work spans the kink spectrum, from the tasteful to the tasty with something for every body. So come. You know you want to.
Fri., Sept. 21, 4 p.m.; Sat., Sept. 22, 1 p.m.; Sun., Sept. 23, noon, 2012

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