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Hans Jürgen Döpp

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Hans Jurgen Dopp has taught at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt for a considerable number of years, giving courses on psychoanalytical interpretation and on the cultural history of erotic art. And for some thrity years or more he has in addition been a collector if objects of erotic art himself. That collection has now attained its own considerable celebrity thanks to his publications and his exhibitions. --via Amazon

The Erotic Museum in Berlin (2000) - Hans Jurgen Dopp

The Erotic Museum in Berlin (2000) - Hans Jurgen Dopp [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]

Book Description
When we think of Berlin in the roaring twenties, many images stream forth, but the most endearing is the of the Alexanderplatz, the heart of nighttime Berlin and the capital of amusement in Europe. With such sensuous history, the Erotic Museum has an appropriate home inBerlin. The collection is vast, recording erotic life from classical antiquity to the body-cult in the late 20th century. This collection of eroticism spans 2,000 years of the history of mankind. In this book, Professor Hans Jurgen Dopp brings together over 400 photogrpahs, objects, prints and paintings of each phase of human life, illustrating how erotic preferences changed throughout the centuries. The Erotic Museum treats eroticism with taste and delicacy thanks to its author, who has written extensively on the art world. --via Amazon.com

See also: erotic art - Berlin - erotic museum

Romantique: Erotic Art of the Early 19th Century (1997) - Hans-Jurgen Dopp

Romantique: Erotic Art of the Early 19th Century (1997) - Hans-Jurgen Dopp [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]

See also: erotic art - 1800s - Romanticism

Paris Eros: The Imaginary Museum of Eroticism in Paris (2004) - Hans-Jürgen Döpp

Paris Eros: The Imaginary Museum of Eroticism in Paris (2004) - Hans-Jurgen Dopp [Amazon.com] [FR] [DE] [UK]

Book Description
After The Erotic Museum of Berlin and The Temple of Venus in Amsterdam, a work on Paris was imperative. Rich with six centuries of gallantry and the world capital of fashion and love, Paris is the symbol of eroticism and joyful pleasures. As a matter of fact, Offenbach has written a hymn to the joy of the senses in Parisian life. But this city still does not possess an erotic museum comparable to Berlin’s or Amsterdam’s. The author uses a method comparable to André Malraux’s to construct an imaginary museum in Paris where time and space is infinite, but desires are still present. The exceptional iconography comes from private collections and covers over five centuries of naughty Parisian history. This is accompanied by an academic text, which allows the reader to penetrate a world that is never vulgar, always subtle and never-ending: eroticism. --via Amazon.com

See also: French erotica - Hans-Jürgen Döpp

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