Ray Caesar

Erotica // Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Ray Caesar has always been different, as he implies in his biography, but his artwork has always remained a passion in his life. Growing up in the 60s, his artwork was shunned by his family and peers for being too unconventional. He started showing true passion one night: "My change occurred one night when my Mother visited me, which was slightly unusual because she had passed away some months before, a victim to the cigarette habit she could never quite lick..."

Matthew Dayler

Erotica // Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Entranced by the male figure, Matthew Dayler incorporates the masculinity of his figures into the boldness of his artwork. The viewer will notice large bold lines that highlight the strength of this artist and his subjects.

Chill Photographie

Erotica // Monday, October 24, 2011
Photos that exit the Chill Photographie studio are bound to be sweet, colorful, and mysterious. With the manipulation of light and projectors, this artist is able to alter the human form with reckless abandon, and the product is seen to be strange, cute and colorful.

Fab Ciraolo

Erotica // Monday, October 24, 2011
Fab Ciraolo accentuates his artwork with cartoon creatures, floral animals and outer space as well as meticulously drawn figures that communicate a golden-hazed beauty to the viewer. This Chilean-based artist remains fluent in his artwork by working with different subject matter, but continuing the soft balanced coordination of different textures and icons.

Walter Kundzicz

Erotica // Monday, October 24, 2011
It is the color images from Walter Kundzicz's Champion Studio, from the 1960s that, perhaps, best captures this time period on the cusp of the sexual revolution, posing sunny, youthful models in everyday settings like the garage, the bedroom, and the shower. With these images, he created a book entitled, "Champion," which displays his many photographs of the young male specimen.

Brandon Jordan

Erotica // Monday, October 24, 2011
Brandon Jordan is a Toronto-based photographer who specializes in scantily clad women and rambunctious party scenes. In his work, Brandon conveys the raw and wild energy that captures and emphasizes intimacy and expressive erotic tension. He uses real people instead of models to create a sense of realism in his exquisite photography.

In Erotica: Lovers From the Hereafter by Jean-Marc Laroche

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 23, 2011
French sculpter Jean-Marc Laroche has carefully crafted life-sized skeletons out of varnished resin, held together in ecstaticly sensuous positions by an invisible steel framework for his new installation up at the Museum of Sex in New York City. The show “Les Amants du Néant,” or “Lovers from the Hereafter,” will run through November 4th.

Fayna Attasara

Erotica // Sunday, October 23, 2011
Fayna Attasara uses a unique brand of edgy tenderness in her gorgeous black and white photographs, with a special interest in the beauty of body art in high contrast with the softness of flesh.

In Erotica: A little more of Audrey Kawasaki

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 22, 2011
Another gorgeous piece, "Don't Let Me Go," from acclaimed artist Audrey Kawasaki. We love the delicate lines and muted colors in Audrey's erotically charged yet sweetly vulnerable work.

Jean-Marc Laroche's “Lovers from the Hereafter”

Erotica // Saturday, October 22, 2011
French sculpter Jean-Marc Laroche has carefully crafted life-sized skeletons out of varnished resin, held together in ecstaticly sensuous positions by an invisible steel framework for his new installation up at the Museum of Sex in New York City. The show “Les Amants du Néant,” or “Lovers from the Hereafter,” will run through November 4th.

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