The Erotic Museum in Berlin

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Parkstone Press, 2000 - Art - 256 pages
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When we think of Berlin in the roaring twenties, many images stream forth, but the most endearing is of the Alexanderplatz, the heart of nighttime Berlin and capital of amusement in Europe.

With such a sensuous history, the Erotic Museum has an appropriate home in Berlin. The collection is vast, recording erotic life from classical antiquity to the body-cult in the late 20th century. This collection of eroticism spans 2,000 years of the history of mankind.

In this book, Professor Hans-Jurgen Dopp brings together over 400 photographs, objects, prints and paintings of each phase of human life, illustrating how erotic preferences changed throughout the centuries. The Erotic Museum treats eroticism with taste and delicacy thanks to its author, who has written extensively in the art world.

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This is a copious collection of artefacts from the museum, comprising mostly drawings and paintings but with some illustrations of sculptures, and drawn from the whole history of its subject up to the ... Read full review

Contents

A Geography of Pleasure page
7
Erotic Art or Pornography? page
21
The Dream about the Orgy page
46
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Dopp taught for a number of years at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt, where he held a chair of psychoanalytical interpretation, as well as the cultural history of erotic art. For the past thirty years, he has been an avid collector of erotic art and has gained international recognition through various exhibitions and publications.

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