Love tattoos? This exhibit has 300 years of ink

Publisher: 
New York Post
Date: 
February 23, 2017
Dorothy Parker had one. So did Teddy Roosevelt, Winston Churchill’s mother and my father, a Navy man. I’m talking tattoos, the vivid subject of a New-York Historical Society show that features objects, drawings and photographs as well as actual artists at work. There’s a lot to look at in “Tattooed New York,” an ambitious exhibit spanning 300 years, beginning with Native Americans, who believed the right markings had healing power, and moving on to today’s mastectomy survivors, who use designs to reclaim beauty after loss. Read more…
Creative: Tronvig Group