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

April 26, 2014

Los Angeles, CA

Mr. Sister Leather 2014
And
TOM  OF  FINLAND  FOUNDATION
Present:
Tableaux Vivant Deux
A Live Showcase of Well-Known Tom of Finland Art

    
TOM OF FINLAND (Touko Laaksonen, Finnish, 1920 – 1991)
Untitled, 1987, Graphite on paper, ToF #87.24
© 1987 Tom of Finland Foundation

Suggested $10 donation
For
Tom of Finland Foundation
and
Grant Park Foundation
(which feeds 100 people every week)

Saturday 5:00 PM
Light Refreshments!

The tableaux vivant (living picture) includes a showcase
of some well-known pieces of TOM’s art.

Emmy Award winning makeup artist Glen Alen
will join us and transform the models
to look like they stepped off the pages
of some of TOM’s most iconic books.

Artists, be sure to bring your sketch pad as Miguel Angel Reyes
will be conducting a special drawing session from 4:30 to 5:30 PM!


THANKS!


Upper image: TOM OF FINLAND © 1970 Tom of Finland Foundation, lower image by Miguel Angel Reyes.

Tableaux Vivant at TOM House made for an exceptional afternoon. Thank you to everyone who came and for the cast who did an amazing job. Everyone brought a remarkable presence and energy to the event - making it overwhelmingly exceptional.

Thank you to our sponsors: 665 Leather & Fetish Company and Wet. And special thanks to Windon Newton and Rene Salas for their special contributions. A big thank you to Miguel Angel Reyes for the photographs and your guidance with the artists. Hands together for hostess Daphne Von Rey.

Mr. Sister Leather presented us a perfect tribute to TOM with his Tableaux Vivant.

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1421 Laveta Terrace, Los Angeles, CA 90026
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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