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

March 19 - April 12, 2013

Los Angeles, CA

Antebellum Gallery and The Leather Archives & Museum
presents:

The Art of Drummer
New Outlines of Masculinity


Drummer magazine was the granddaddy
of all BDSM / Leather publications.

Opening Reception: Tuesday, March 19, 7:00 - 9:00 PM
$10 Donation requested at the door.

Groundbreaking for it’s time,
Drummer set precedence for all
homo-masculine representation to come.

Many artists were featured in Drummer including
A. Jay, The Hun, Bill Ward, Chuck Arnett, REX,
Robert Mapplethorpe, Tom of Finland,
Entienne
and Rick Castro.

NYC artist, Granite, will also exhibit new work
depicting fetish art for the 21st century.

Live performance by
TRAMP FOR THE LORD

DJ MANUELITO

Antebellum, the only fetish art gallery in America, and perhaps the world, continues it's tradition of bringing fetish to the mainstream.

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
General Gallery Hours: Wednesday, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Tea Time 5:00 PM - $5 Cover
Thursday - Friday, 1:00
PM - 7:00 PM
Saturday, 1:00
PM - 8:00 PM, Happy Hour 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
-- or by appointment.

1643 N. Las Palmas Ave., Hollywood CA, 90028  Map 
323.856.0667
Antebellum Gallery Website

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THE LOUVRE
“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)
— Tom of Finland