There is a mask. And urination. And electronic device self-pleasuring (at 6:14 to be precise). Extremely NSFW. Enjoy.
See more of Reka Nyari’s work at WAN·DER·LUST, a group exhibition currently on view through the end of May at 72 Wooster Street in Soho.
What if a pencil sharpener had a bigger hole…and wasn’t for pencils.
The World of a Professional Naked Girl, via Molly Crabapple for VICE.com.
Untitled #137 (from the XXX Series) David Levinthal, 2000 Polaroid Print Courtesy of the Artist Museum of Sex Collection
Last month the Seattle Erotic Art Festival celebrated its 10th anniversary with their biggest and best year yet, attracting thousands of people from across the nation and world to celebrate art and sexuality in big, beautiful ways.
If you’re going to confront sex and death – or at least the art world’s latest depictions of them – you might as well be naked.
The F*CK BIKE #001, by Andrew H. Shirely and William Thomas Porter, is now up in the retail store entrance of the museum in preparation for the opening of F*CK ART. And yes, you can hop on for a ride.
I revisited a marvelous gallery of historical erotica I discovered while researching The Sinner’s Grand Tour. Some of the photos were a bit too lurid to include in the post (at least without artful cropping) — I thought readers of the MoSex blog might appreciate them, however…
Decadent! Erotic! Phantasmagoric! Fin-de-siècle grotesqueries! Gents and ladies disporting themselves, occasionally with a zealous attention by attending friends from the animal kingdom! The provocative work of Austrian artist Franz von Bayros (1866-1924) garnered all of these responses, though simple outrage was no doubt the most prevalent. (Lot 53) Erzählungen am Toilettentische von Choisy Le Conin, [...]