Over 40 Artists from Around the World
Sculpture, Photography, Paintings, Sketches, Digital Renderings and more.
Male & Female works of art on display and for sale.
Most major credit cards will be accepted.
Life Figure Drawing & Photography Both Days
Bring your art materials or just enjoy viewing the human form.
Artists Reception on Friday
Symposium on Sunday
plus a Closing Party & Foundation Benefit on Sunday
See below for details.
May 20, 2005
- 11:00 PM
OPENING RECEPTION -- Art Sales Commence
Admission $10 / $15 to purchase weekend pass to fair.
May 21, 2005
- 6:00 PM
FAIR IS OPEN!
Admission $10, good for Saturday and Sunday.
May 22, 2005
- 7:00 PM
FAIR IS OPEN!
“Tom of Finland's Importance to Culture”
by The Center and moderated by one of its Directors, Robert
A. Woodworth. The panel includes Thomas Woodruff
painter, illustrator, Chair of the Illustration and Cartooning
Dept., School of Visual Arts; Nayland Blake,
sculptor, writer, Faculty and Chair ICP-Bard Program, Bard
College; David Humphrey, sculptor, painter,
Guggenheim Fellow, Fellow of the National Endowment of the
Arts; Michael Kirwan, illustrator, graphic
homo-sociologist, photographer, writer, philosopher; and
Durk Dehner, cofounder and Director, Tom of Finland
(Included with fair admission.)
Closing party and Foundation Benefit at:
Hosted by Mark Nelson,
Music of Max Rodriguez and featuring Superstar Karim.
Admission benefits the Tom of Finland Foundation.
50 West 17th Street, New York, NY 10011 · Map
Artists and Organizations Expected
Leslie Lohman Foundation, Visual Aids, Marc
Arranaga, Axel, Bruce Beck, Michael Breyette, Michael Broderick,
Neil Bruce, Fernando Carpaneda, Rick Castro, Rob Clarke, Katia
Coric, Brian H. Crede, Marc DeBauch, J D Dragan, Felix Drobek-Truesdale,
Peter Echo, Steven Frim, Xiavier Gicquel, Kim Hanson, Sean Holman,
Sergio Kardenas, Michael Kirwan, S Curry Mendes, Robert G Morgan,
David Morgan, Brian Moss, J.Wayne Olson, Robert W Richards,
Irv Salisbury, Pet Silvia, Roger Sneed, and Paul Wirhun.
Plus you can view the works of these fine artists:
Some artists can not attend, but will be on
display and for sale.
This year's represented
artists: Andy, Bastille, Tom of Finland, Willibrord Hass, Shimo
Hiro, Nigel Kent, Michael Kirwan, Minoru, Muscle Matt, Goh Mishima,
Olaf, Palanca, Rob Hugh Rosen, Scott Siedman, Skipper, Teddy
of Paris, Roger Payne, Joe T, and Carolyn Weltman.
The Foundation has produced Erotic Art Fairs in Los Angeles since
1995, and held the first Fair in New York in 2001.
who wish to exhibit at the New York Fair
can obtain guidelines and an application here.
Volunteers, find out
how you can help!
Credentialed Members of the Press
may apply for complimentary admission at
PHOTOS AND COVERAGE OF 2002'S FAIR
main venue is:
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Services Center
208 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10011 ·
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