Ink We Get – Part the Second

New Museum Exhibit Will Explore 300 Years Of Tattooing In New York City FORBES.COM, JANE LEVERE, CONTRIBUTOR, JAN 31, 2017 A new exhibition at the New-York Historical Society will examine three centuries of tattooing in New York, including the city’s central role in the development of modern tattooing and the successive waves of trend and taboo Read more about Ink We Get – Part the Second[…]

Ink We Get – Part the First

Love tattoos? This exhibit has 300 years of ink By Barbara Hoffman NEW YORK POST, 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 Read more about Ink We Get – Part the First[…]