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CAM 2012 preview: 'Seven Minutes in Heaven'

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The art exhibitions at glitzy hotels in prior CAMs are missing this year, but a one-night show at the Fox Motel looks to be a doozy. "Seven Minutes in Heaven," an erotic art show, by Jessica Garcia and Linda Arredondo, is only up for four hours this Saturday and the organizers are reticent to go into details. They do, however, offer this advice: Warning: this show contains explicit imagery. Arrayed throughout the building will be paintings, sculpture, performance, and site specific installations by 13 local artists. Some are known for making sexy work, while other names (Vincent Valdez? WTF?) are a surprise on this list. Expect body parts, hetero- and homosexual play, and looks at erotics — explorations of sensuosity — too. Participating artists: Linda Arredondo, Alfonso Espronceda, Ana Fernandez, Catherine Garant, Jessica Garcia, Wesley Harvey, Mira Hnatyshyn, Barbara Justice, Jung-Hee Mun, Kelly Reid Walls, Matt van Hellen, Vincent Valdez, John Cody Williams. Free; 6-10pm Sat, March 3, Fox Motel, 302 Newell, (210) 225-2418.

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