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Sinical Magazine Article

Ms Misha Moore wrote a nice review of the Art of Contemporary Shibari Exhibit for Sinical Magazine.  Read the article here.

(Lew Rubens and Lisa viewing some of the art exhibited by Hikari Kesho. Photo courtesy of Ms. Misha Moore.)

The Art of Contemporary Shibari Exhibit installation at Mother Dog Studios

The Art of Contemporary Shibari Exhibit is the largest display of shibari art in a gallery setting in the world.  This exhibit is hosted by Mother Dog Studios and is part of the Fotofest 2012 Biennial activities.

Here are some pictures of its installation. Continue reading

A gathering of artists –

An international group of 17 world class shibari riggers and photographers sent 159 prints to Mother Dog Studios for this exhibit, which makes it the largest gallery exhibit of Contemporary Shibari Art in the world.  Many of the prints in this exhibit are larger than life. Continue reading

Alexander Neptune presents “Web”

Geometric patterns, straight lines, soft curves, course texture on the rope, smooth skin on the beautiful model, expert ropework — this configuration and position could easily be seen during the shibari performances which are very popular in Japanese clubs.  This pretty model, suspended in a shibari web, is enjoying herself while helping to create nice shibari art. Continue reading

Alexander Neptune presents “Gone”

Shibari rigging frequently induces physiological conditions known as “sub space” and “top space”, which are similar to the “runners high” experienced by athletes.  You can see, by the expression on her face, this model is enjoying her euphoric condition. This is another very nice example of shibari art including a beautiful model, classic shibari rigging and excellent photography. Continue reading