7-10th October 2021

CALL FOR ART NOW OPEN

7-10th October 2021

CALL FOR ART NOW OPEN

Following the success and popularity of the 2018 + 2019 events, EAL is back for 2021. The first of its kind in London, Erotic Art London brings hundreds of erotic art work from all over the world on a multitude of different medias such as photography, paintings, drawings and much more.

EAL allows artists to express themselves in any form they wish, with no judging and the chance to meet like-minded artists. EAL is a festival of erotica, combining an art gallery, interactive art, performances, presentations, food & drink. Whether you just appreciate erotic art, or are an artist looking to get your work noticed, this is an event you do not want to miss!

Erotic Art London exhibition is being held 7th – 10th October 2021 at the Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf, on the Southbank overlooking the London Eye (nearest tube is Waterloo or Blackfriars).

The exhibition will consist of workshops, key speakers, art displays, fun installations, award presentation for call for art competition winner, guided tours, live performances (burlesque / cabaret), market stalls and a full bar with food available also.

For any art collectors, most of the work displayed is available for purchase.

Whats happening at EAL?

erotic art expo london covid

Change of date due to COVID

Due to ongoing uncertainty, we have made the tough decision to postpone our exhibition to: OCTOBER 7-10th 2021 For our event to be viable, we need to be able to operate […]

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EAL COVID-19 UPDATE

  Erotic Art London News COVID-19 UPDATE ANNOUNCEMENT With the uncertainty around COVID-19 and lockdown measures, and with travel restrictions for international artists,  we have decided to postpone this year’s festival […]

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EAL 2019 Official Press Release

VIEW PRESS RELEASE IN WORD FORMAT – CLICK HERE For the 2nd year running, Erotic Art London will exhibit hundreds of quality erotic artwork, in every imaginable media from all over […]

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