The First International Exhibition of Erotic Art  

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The First International Exhibition of Erotic Art[1] was an erotic art expo held in Lund's Konsthall, Lund, Sweden (May 3 - July 31, 1968) and Kunstmuseum Arhus, Denmark (September 7 - Oct 27). It was curated by the Phyllis and Eberhard Kronhausens and largely consisted of their own collection of erotic art, acquired during the 1960s, after writing Pornography and the Law.

Catalogue

No place, Kronhausen Books, 1968. Paperback, 30 + ca. 98 black/white illustrations. Introduction in English, Deutsch, Dansk, Francais.

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