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[NSFW] A Hentai Art Show Aims To Show That Hentai Is Art

Nutaku.net aims to remove the stigma of Hentai

[NSFW] some pictures of pieces have been censored by us (with permission) in order to meet the guidelines for posting within our age settings.

Life can be weird. It can be a bit crazy. Sometimes you find your self examining the finer nuances of classic art pieces recreated with a hentai themed twist.

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The Mona Lisa (Originally by Leonardo da Vinci) – by SquChan

And it is at those moments you realize just how vast creativity can be.

Hosted by hentai game platform Nutaku.net, the Hentai Is Art pop up gallery made its way to lower Manhattan this past weekend. Only open for 3 days; its goal was to remove the stigma associated with sexual content. The two major questions the collection is meant to ask is when does erotic art become pornography? And should that effect how we view pornography?

With a wide selection of collaborative pieces worked on by both their own staff and outside artists, the walls were adorned with new contemporary and hentai themed versions of classic art pieces.

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Le Sommeil (Original by Gustave Courbet) – by Finalcake
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The Swing (Original by Jean-Honoré Fragonard) – by Webnatu
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The Creation of Adam (Original by Michelangelo) (Censored by Nerdier Tides) – by Uliel Art
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Voluptuous Desires (Original by Alphonse Mucha) (Censored by Nerdier Tides) -by Beardypuss
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The Birth of Venus (Original by Sandro Botticelli) (censored by Nerdier Tides) – by Moize

Exotic adult toys were treated like interactive art pieces. You were allowed to take them from their pedestals and wave them about, take a selfie, check the textures with your hands.

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Hentai is Art Presented by Nutaku.net
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Bad Dragon

Hentai met street art, showing the power that that stylish form of expression has when met with marginalized and tabooed ideas.

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Left piece by Persue, Right piece by MAST

An art piece was present, illegal in its country of creation South Korea, its artist had to be labeled as anonymous.

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The creator must remain anonymous


South
 Korea currently has a policy outlawing the creation and distribution of pornographic material.

Oh and a skateboard so lewd, that I sadly can’t post it (even censored) as it might change our entire site’s rating.

Nutaku‘s art show had a depth I didn’t expect, had creativity in its expression, and most importantly does ask an important question that you wouldn’t think we would still be asking in the year 2018…

Why is sex still so taboo?

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If you are 18 years old or olderyou can check out Nutaku‘s twitter to see the next time one of these galleries pop up, as well as find links to the large platform of adult games.

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Cyrax and Webnatu of Nutaku.net

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