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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.
March 10 - 26, 2005
New York, NY

Art @ Large
presents:

"Crazy Sexy Hollywood"


Artwork by Steve Diet Goedde

Opening reception Thursday, March 10th, 2005, 6 - 9 PM.

Six of Los Angeles' finest contemporary photographers.
A total of twenty-four works pay tribute to the looks, attitudes, glamour
and grittiness that make Hollywood what it is.

Carlos Batts' book, Crazy Sexy Hollywood, will
be released by Edition Reuss to coincide with the exhibit.

Carlos Batts' captivating, often erotic, and sometimes mysterious works have appeared in magazines including Vibe, Maxim and Hustler.

In addition to his black and white photographs of men in bondage, Rick Castro is known for having directed the cult classic film Hustler White. 

Renowned for his striking color and black and white images of women in fetish attire, Steve Diet Goedde's photographs have graced the covers of numerous magazines. 

Patrick Hoelck's intense and revealing portraits have been exposed on the pages of magazines including Rolling Stone, Flaunt and Blender. He has directed numerous music videos and shot CD covers for a diverse group of bands.

Dave Naz's erotic images of women in various states of dress have been brought to the public's attention in numerous magazines and art exhibits around the world.

Estevan Oriol's career as a photographer started when he began recording his outrageous experiences on the road as House of Pain's tour manager. He soon became one of the most sought after photographers in the hip-hop community.

Art @ Large
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM -- or call. Free admission.
The Film Center Building
630 Ninth Avenue No. 707, New York, NY 10036  Map  212.957.8371

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“I know my little ‘dirty drawings’ are never going to hang in the main salons of the Louvre, but it would be nice if — I would like to say ‘when,’ but I better say ‘if’ — our world learns to accept all the different ways of loving. Then maybe I could have a place in one of the smaller side rooms.” (1991)
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