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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.
October 17 - November 14, 2009
Los Angeles, CA

Antebellum Gallery
presents:

The Thin Veil
The Veil Between Worlds is the Thinnest Around All Hallows Eve


Image: DAVID G. CROCKER

Opening Night: Saturday, October 17, 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Live performance by John Carpenter
$5 Cover

Featuring artwork by:
Rinaldo Hopf, Richard Johnson, Angel Villanueva, Ray Wiger,
Sylvain Norget, Joey Terrill, DolphPun, David G Crocker,
Kevin Johnson, Bryan Barnes, Jules Julien, Jeff Judd
and more !

According to legend, the veil between worlds is the thinnest around Halloween. Passages between the worlds draw wakes from one to the other.

Listen hard on Halloween;
You'll hear the church clock strike thirteen.

You'll know the veil has now grown thin.
Allowing the long lost souls to step in.

The moon will shine its silver glow,
The candlelit window lets them know.

You welcome them back to your table.
Feeding them as well as you are able.

Don't be afraid, for these souls are lonely.
Coming back to visit for reasons only.

To let you know what is to come.
When your life upon this earth is done.

Celebrate this sacred night,
With jack o' lanterns and candlelight.

Antebellum gallery continues it’s tradition of unique events and presents the first erotic art exhibition in all mediums depicting:

SPIRITS
GHOSTS
PREMONITION
ECTOPLASM
PHANTOMS
SHADOWS
DARKNESS
MELANCHOLY
SPIRITUALITY


About the gallery:

Antebellum Gallery is located in the heart of downtown Hollywood. The term antebellum is Latin for"before war". While it commonly refers to a more romantic Gone With the Wind era, we find ourselves again today with American culture at odds with political / religious / social agendas that threaten to blow the lid off its foundations at any given moment.

Steeped in Victorian nuances with a salon style, Antebellum is intended as a hybrid of artistic, cultural, and political iconoclasm.

Antebellum Gallery
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM -- or by appointment.
1643 N. Las Palmas Ave., Hollywood CA, 90028  Map 
323.856.0667
Antebellum Gallery Website

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