April Flores Toy Exhibit Heads to San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO—The art exhibit featuring April Flores’ Voluptuous CyberSkin Pussy replica from Topco Sales is traveling to Good Vibrations’ Polk Street Gallery in San Francisco for a Sept. 16 showing.

The exhibit is curated by Carlos Batts and sponsored by Topco Sales. The event takes place as part of Good Vibrations’ 2009 Indie Erotic Film Fest and also serves as a DVD pre-release celebration for Glamazons, an artistically explicit DVD from Heartcore Films, which is scheduled for release Sept. 28.

"BBW fans are going to think they've died and gone to heaven," Carlos Batts said. "We have all eight of the artists that participated in the first exhibit at La Luz de Jesus [in Los Angeles] in May, and we've added five new local artists from the San Francisco area. The best part of all is that it's free and open to the public."

Artists scheduled to participate in the upcoming San Francisco exhibit include Axis, Carlos Batts, COOP, Jim Mahfood, Kime Buzzelli, Kozy, Dan, Small Paul, Brian Donnelly, Stephan Kasner, Zak Smith, Dr. Carol Queen and Dr. Robert M. Lawrence.

"The first show here in Los Angeles was a hit, thanks in part to the colorful nature of our city's inhabitants," said Desiree Duffie, director of marketing and public relations for Topco Sales. "I can only imagine an art show this provocative in nature will be even better received in San Francisco. Topco Sales employs so many artists and creative-minded individuals; we are all excited to see what the five new artists bring to the table at this second exhibit."

The April Flores' Love Toy Art Show and Glamazons DVD Release Party is scheduled for 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16. Admission is free and the event is open to the public at the Good Vibrations Polk Street Gallery, located at 1620 Polk St., San Francisco.

April Flores is represented by C. Batts Fly. For additional information, or to be included on the press list for this event, contact Batts at [email protected].

For photos from the Los Angeles art exhibit, visit AVN.com.