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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.

West Hollywood - Los Angeles
Erotic Art Fair Weekend 2010
March 27 - 28, 2010
Artist Reservation Page

Thank you for your interest in exhibiting at the Foundation's West Hollywood / Los Angeles Erotic Art Weekend.

You may submit your application below with our website form.

A limited number of grants from our Marcello Lupetti Artists Fund are available to offset the booth cost in whole or in part. Contact Administration.

Each artist will appear in our printed program using your artist name, a brief description of your work, and contact information.

Additionally, we'll list you on our website along with up to two images of your work. You can submit your images through our online form, or send them in separately. So, to help promote the Fair — and yourself— we strongly encourage each artist to submit at least two images representative of the works they will be selling. We prefer JPG files no larger than 6 megabyte in size, and 6,000 pixels in the longest dimension. If you are confused by the specification, don't worry. Send what you have! You can even physically mail photographs.

If you have special needs — such as a double booth, extra chairs, and so on — please call or write us for pricing and availability.

The cost of a booth remains the same as last year. Some artists split a booth with a friend and share the costs.

Phone: 213.250.1685, Fax: 213.481.2092, Mail: ToFF, 1421 Laveta Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Administration@TomOfFinlandFoundation.org

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TOM ON HIS WORK
"Yes, I consider my work pornography. Pornography means to stimulate peoples' sexual feelings, and I'm always very aware of that. My motive is lower than art." — Tom of Finland from the MSC Finland Website.