They bring it to fate, fortune, which is just as fickle. " Partial reproduction of these private displays in the project explained its purpose, which is not to show how people have sex, but to find out how they imagined it and at the same time trying to control these views. If this exhibition and there is some kind of morality, it would, according to Bernstein, is that 'sex – it's part of our being. No matter when, where and with whom one has sex: sex – is sex and sex again. " Incredibly, the queen of ownership, as it turned out, there are some of the most outspoken of the exhibits, including pen and ink Annibale Carracci (XVI century), the plot of the classical myth of Leda extremely passionate caresses and Jupiter in the guise of a swan. Next door is one of the few exhibits in the exhibition, the authorship of which belongs to the woman, full of eroticism 'Minerva Dressing' Lavinia Fontana (1552-1614). Serious academic museums such as the Cambridge Fitzwilliam, Wellcome Foundation and Museum Victoria and Albert granted the rare Indian erotic miniatures, Iranian manuscript of the XIX century depicting various sexual positions, as well as Japanese prints.
Japanese acrobats' The Japanese are able to get in bed this position, which is envied by acrobats. Same with the Indian women can not be said about their men. Judging by what I see on the men of Hindus in this respect should not count "- said Professor Camp. But back to Europe – And our eyes appear small pornographic picture books – "small enough that they can hold in one hand and the other at the same time remained free ', – said Bernstein. At last stand Exhibition attention of spectators are some of the seven thousand drawings of nudes, painted by Auguste Rodin, as well as video, filmed in 2002, a duo of photographers who are hiding under the pseudonym 'buxey', depicting a person women at the time, as it makes the sounds of a requiem cunnilingus Faure. 'It's about excitement, – said Professor Wallace. – We really want to show aroused – in all senses of the word. That's what we want achieve, rather than the hints and winks meaningful '.