Erotic art exhibition by John Tisbury now open in Harmony, London

If you’ve been keeping up with us on Facebook, you’ll have seen over the weekend that we’ve been super busy in Harmony Charing Cross Road, prepping and installing our new erotic art exhibition by photographer John Tisbury. Open to the public this week, for free, pop into our boutique store on 99a Charing Cross Road and you’ll be able to see a beautiful collection of John’s gorgeous black and white erotic and fetish work.

Specialising in producing sensual and provocative pieces, through the use of light and shadows John explores vast and varied levels of eroticism, bondage and fetish in his photography. There’s something to suit every taste, from images of nude angels and posed ballet dancers, to photographs exploring the theme of dominance and submissiveness.

Getting everything sorted for John Tisbury: an exhibition of erotic photography took months of planning. Read a behind the scenes account of how John picked the pieces for display in Harmony and how it all came together, from initial ideas to him getting in store and hanging the pieces over the bank holiday weekend.

Framed pictures and prints are on sale now in the basement of Harmony Charing Cross Road. Prices start from a very reasonable £35. There are also £4 and £5 gift cards available to buy upstairs, which are perfect for putting into smaller frames and creating your own display.

If you pop in, Tweet us @harmonystoreuk, or drop us a message on Facebook and let us know what you think of the new display.

3 Thoughts on “Erotic art exhibition by John Tisbury now open in Harmony, London”

  1. Thank you for the post and I’m so pleased to be able to display my work in your store – we are a good match with our approach to quality, entertainment and wide range of content.
    Regards John

  2. Barry

    I have been an admirer of John’s work for a number of years and have built up an extensive collection of his work. For those not familiar with John’s work I you urge to visit and see just how unique his work is. As mentioned in the blog, light and shadow gives it that something special.

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