Saturday, April 11, 2015

John Willie, B&G, Gene Bilbrew, Bill Ward... currently on display with Eric Stanton


As for other artists featured in this once-in-a-lifetime event at the Taschen Gallery?

John Willie, Bizarre

John Willie
And You Can Lace Yourself In Like This, 1952
Published Art, Bizarre, n.11
12.5 x 7.75 in (31.75 x 19.68 cm)
Ink on Board

B&G

B&G
The Bondage Society
Re-drawn Klaw-era illustration
Published Art  for Pleasure Parade 5, 1982
Stanton/Mavety
Graphite, Pen and Ink on Paper

Gene Bilbrew, Satellite Publishing Co.

Gene Bilbrew
“Hampered Hercules, Book 1,” 1961
(Satellite Publishing Co. Imprint; Malkin)
13.5 x 8.75 in (34.29 x 22.22 cm)
Gouache on Board

Bill Ward

Bill Ward
The Married Set, 1967
WH509: Wee Hours Books Paperback Imprint; Malkin
14.5 x 9.5 in (36.83 x 24.13 cm)
Gouache on Board

Bill Ward

Bill Ward
Be Careful When You Hit High C.,1960s
12.5 x 16 in (31.75  x 40.64 cm)
Conté Crayon on Board 

Elmer Batters

Elmer Batters
Untitled 4, circa 1971
15 x 10 in (38 x 25.3 cm)
C-Type Print
Edition of 7

Elmer Batters
























Elmer Batters
Untitled (Sylvia) 1, 1980
10 x 15 in (25.3 x 38 cm)
C-Type Print
Edition of 7

Eric Stanton

That's right ... all this plus the man himself: Eric Stanton.

Eric Stanton by Steve Ditko

This rare event will continue until May 24.

TASCHEN GALLERY
8070 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 852-9098

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Thanks for tuning in. Hope you'll join me next time....

=> Index ~ of FetHistory ~ From the Beginning:
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Charles Guyette: Godfather of American Fetish Art



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Charles Guyette reviewed by Tony Mitchell, The Fetishistas

"Charles Guyette is a name that you might have seen mentioned in passing in books about the ‘golden age’ of American fetish imagery — the period from the mid 1930s to early ’60s associated with the publishing work of Irving Klaw, John Willie, Robert Harrison and Leonard Burtman among others. But the chances are, these were indeed only passing mentions...."

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