The female sex doll has been around for decades. These days, however, synthetic dolls are taking on a life of their own. They can now talk and express emotions. Photographer Stacy Leigh examines the new horizons in sex with a captivating and unnerving series of mages inside an actual Barbie Dreamhouse.
Young photographers like Christoph Klutsch are fast becoming a creative force within the erotic art landscape. His work is crisp, clean, and inviting. According to his website, he is “obsessed with imperfections, color, and high contrast.”
McAdoo’s balance between abstraction and realism creates an energy that thrusts the female form to dominate rolls of power. Born in 1978, Tyson spent his formative years standing behind girls in ballet class learning the finer lines of the female anatomy.
When painting could no longer quell his passion for more expression, he began using photography which he masterfully blends together with painting. Mariano Vargas’ masterful lighting, technique, and perspective allow his subjects to see themselves through his eyes—tastefully erotic.
Marilyn Minter’s work has intentionally, or unintentionally, created controversy, which is genius either way. Since the beginning of her career, she has vexed the critics and public alike with her interesting compositions of hyper-realistic paintings of the female form–to lipsticked smeared lips, to high-heeled feet, to full-color, full-blown provocative images of female pubic hair.
When deciding on what type of erotic art you want for your bedroom (or any other space) aim for pieces that are stimulating for both yourself and your lover. The art of François Dubeau has a simple, yet elegant aesthetic and adds just the right amount of erotic edge without being too overt.