October 14, 2014 06:35pm
Halloween Art Show
Source: Black and Blue Media
by: Company Press Release
(HOLLYWOOD, CA) -- Jay E. Moyes of Fetish-Artist.com [http://fetish-artist.com] celebrates his first Hollywood showing of his artwork in the group theme exhibition, "Haunted House," held at Rick Castro's Antebellum gallery, Saturday, October 18 through November 1, 2014.
Antebellum's October group show will display spooky, creepy and macabre works by some of the most recognized fetish artists of Southern California and beyond.
"I've been chomping at the bit for this showing for months," said Moyes. "When I first pitched my artwork for the gallery, Rick picked out a few of my pieces, saying they'd be perfect for his October group show. Antebellum prides itself as being the most renowned fetish art gallery in Hollywood, and I'm honored to be a part of that."
Works of over 24 artists will be on display, including pieces by Michael Manning, Boots Bryant, and the late H.R. Giger. Moyes will have three pieces on display.
Antebellum's owner, Castro said, "It's my favorite time of year, and once again we present our annual All Hollows Eve group show with artworks and performances inspired by hauntings, ghosts, creatures and things that go bump in the night! Antebellum's manifesto is to bring fetish to the mainstream, and Halloween is the perfect time to get people that usually don't indulge in viewing kink and overt sexual artistic expression, to let loose and enjoy."
The opening reception for "Haunted House" is on Saturday, October 18, 2014, from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The reception will offer live entertainment from Cindy, Tre-Jour, and Minnie and Roman Castevet, along with the artwork showing. Attendees are encouraged to arrive in costume.
Antebellum is located at 1643 N. Las Palmas Ave. in Hollywood. For cover charge, directions and more details on the show, go to http://antebellumgallery.blogspot.com/2014/10/haunted-house-antebellum-is-taking.html
About Antebellum Gallery:
Hollywood's Antebellum Gallery offers mature-themed, intimate, art shows in a storied and charming location, hosted by photographer/gallerist Rick Castro. Antebellum Gallery is located in the historic building that once housed the legendary Baroque Books where Charles Bukowski would raise hell with owner, Red Stodolsky. Now Antebellum gives artists a place to raise a little hell of their own, embracing artists working in themes pornographic, erotic, decadent, and celebrating transgressive behaviors.