e-news #53

 20 Years of Dedicatation to Protecting, Preserving and Promoting Erotic Art 

the dispatch e-news keeps you updated on the latest
tom of finland foundation
news.

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November 17, 2005

The Erotic Museum and
T
OM  OF  FINLAND  FOUNDATION
present:
Girls Who Do
The Illustration of Michael Kirwan

See the exhibition. See the Museum.
Meet the artist and sponsors. A huge selection of works for sale by the artist. Sales benefit the Foundaion's Marcello Lupetti Artists Fund
.

Details


Los Angeles, CA

December 8 - 30, 2005

Art @ Large
presents its:

Art At Large Winter Invitational
1st annual

Some of our best represented and invited artists.

Details


New York, NY
  

foundation announcements


Digging for Tom's Artwork Worldwide

TOM  OF  FINLAND  FOUNDATION
and
Taschen
work on
The Complete Tom of Finland

Help us track down Tom's early works!

The Tom of Finland Foundation and Taschen are working together on The Complete Tom of Finland, a massive book (11 1/2 x 17 1/4 Inches) that we hope to be... well... complete!

But much of Tom's work -- especially his early work -- has been lost. Tom would often give away artwork to promote bike clubs and events. Early sales of his artwork were rarely photographed, or were photographed poorly. (Tom never claimed to be much of a photographer!)

If you have any original art by this fine artist, even if it's just something you think might be a Tom of Finland, please contact us!

Learn more about how you can help, plus see a video about the Foundation House here.

 


erotic art in the news


Artist In Passing L. A. Willette

1950 - 2005
L. A. Willette


He was a rebel in every sense of the word, and paid the price for it, but in doing so has left behind a body of work that will not go unnoticed.

CLICK HERE for more information.


Artist in the News Axel

Jimmy Palmieri writes:
Time Out: For An Artist, Saint & Sinner.
An article on WeHoNews.com

"Axel, one of the most important local up and coming erotic artists, is a lesson is dichotomies. He is both man and boy, artist and subject, angel and sinner."

CLICK HERE for more information.


GLADD New York, NY

GLADD's
OUTAuction
Declared a Success by Organizers!


The auction was projected to raise $90,000, but to the delight of all;
$130,000 was attained ­ funds which will go to support GLAAD¹s programs.

CLICK HERE for more information.


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