Anna R HurwitzAs exciting as it is to see Saatchi celebrating erotic art, I urge you to consider that 98% of the images you have selected feature thin, young, white women. There is a wealth of stunning erotic art that features people of color, age, differing body types, with a variety of sexual proclivities. Please help the art world break the stereotype that only hard-bodied, white 20 year olds are erotic.
February 12, 2015 at 2:28 pm
Irina MalkmusRebecca, this collection is not full without my erotic paintings)
February 12, 2015 at 4:27 pm
John CoppolaThis selection is ridiculous. First of all it is all about the female body, which is interesting since the curator is female and the question is doesn't she know about the chauvinism in traditional nude or erotic art which by the way is not the same? Which brings me to the next point that is because a painting shows nudity that does not necessarily make it erotic. Is the male body not erotic? Or is it only the male penis that is erotic? This online exhibition is not well thought out.
February 12, 2015 at 4:41 pm
John CoppolaAnd to Ms. Hurwitz above: there a nude black female above. she is holding her gluteus maximi which is soooo predictable. Kanye West would be pleased no doubt. The exhibit is about erotic art of which it is almost a total failure not about racial diversity which would be just as fascist a subject as racial unity...
February 12, 2015 at 4:55 pm
Fernando MarinezWhat about male erotic art? Fifty Shades of Grey does include two individuals - a male and female.
February 12, 2015 at 5:16 pm
Dietmar Scherf"Punishment (Strafe) by Dietmar Scherf:
Dmytro NakonechniukSome brilliant works in collection, no doubt.
But I think some more colorful works may be added to show other look of nude art, for ex.