Fetish Photographer Dirk Hooper to Exhibit in Pennsylvania Art Show
ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, February 4, 2009 – Fantasy and fetish photographer Dirk Hooper will have several photos on display during the “My Fetish Valentine” art show at Art N Soul Studios. Hooper will be joined by Lehigh Valley’s own Scott Nichol and Ed Mironiuk from New Jersey. This is Art N Soul Studios’ first group fetish show and is curated by owner Craig Smith. “My Fetish Valentine” will begin on February 7th with an opening party that begins at 7 p.m.
Dirk Hooper stated, “Art N Soul is a great venue to show work and the fetish theme is a slam dunk for my genre of photography.” Hooper’s exhibition in Utrecht, the Netherlands wrapped just prior to the opening of the show in Pennsylvania. “This has been a great start to the year,” Hooper remarked, “I’m excited to share my own vision and the contribution of the Toxic Goddess models with such a new and diverse crowd of people.”
“My Fetish Valentine” opening party will begin at 7pm and run into the night. There will be food, drinks and a DJ spinning tunes all evening long. Fetish wear is encouraged but not required. You must be 18 to enter the event and 21 to drink alcohol. Due to the nature of the art and for the privacy of the participants it is requested that no cameras or video devices be brought to the event. Art N Soul Studios is located at 516 West Hamilton Street in Allentown, Pennsylvania. For more information please call Art N Soul Studios at 484-338-4856 or visit Dirk Hooper’s website, DirkHooper.com.
Dirk Hooper is a world renowned fetish and fantasy photographer, fine artist, graphic designer and writer whose work has been described as “forbidden tales to rival the likes of H.P. Lovecraft and the Marquis de Sade.” Dirk’s publishing credits include such diverse media as comic books, music CDs, art books and slick fetish magazines. He has also cultivated a reputation as a fine artist in established venues like the prestigious Fred Jones Jr. Art Museum and as an underground visionary in galleries like the Electric Chair, “the Dirty Show” in Detroit, “Fetish Project” in Brussels, Belgium and “Siberia” in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Dirk has work in the permanent collection of the Kinsey Institute based at Indiana University.
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