<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka
<b>Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 </b><br>Lola Paprocka

Tattoo Kids 1987-1997
Lola Paprocka

Palm Studios, 2015  |  First edition
Softcover, 68 pages, 170 x 250 mm
Condition: New
Lola Paprocka juxtaposes two separate series from the same decade yet placed in drastically different social settings; the photographer's childhood in Poland on the cusp of transition from a communist state to western democracy, shot by herself and her mum, against found images of British and Dutch tattoo conventions.
A playfully suggestive chronicle of a life and culture on the fringes of society’s straight and narrow, Tattoo Kids 1987-1997 is an offbeat self-portrait as perfectly surreal and full of layers as the curious spirit at its heart.
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