Excerpt from a longer text Sociologists connect tattooing to the underground, the periphery, to something forbidden, suppressed. This is why it is connected to both the subconscious and the underground. Some forms of the underground were probably first made visible by Dadaism in poetry and art. According to the owner of a salon in the nineties tattoo is only a fashion, respected and influential people, politicians, businessmen, scientists, designer have tattoos.
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It can be a sample, a simple pattern, it can be the highest artistic value, good or bad quality, but morally it is something neutral. I do not agree with the opinion that tattoo is only a fashion — although sometimes design is more progressive than anything else in culture, as we could realise it, when the post-bauhaus designer Tibor Kálmán founded Colors Magazine in NY.
Great statement for human rights and against racism. Colors was a most innovative fusion of Design, Pop and context-based conceptual art although.
Why is tattoo needed in contemporary art? Is it filling a gap? I have no exact answers yet. Culture has to touch reality.
And this is true, but it does still not touch the essence of the question: Why Tattoo in High Art and Avantgarde? Maybe it is especially valuable, because 3D-plotter offer the possibility to make fakes and copies of paintings, graphic design and texts so easily! It can not be stolen or copied.
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In European tattoos are viewed as an act of rebellion or revolt. It was Hadrian, who prohibited them among others in He said: «Hi, you scribble on your body? A gift from God. Islam and Judaism prohibited it several times. But not always.
For example from the Maori culture. Sailors in California wear at least three tattoos: One is made when they leave the harbour, one is made, when they arrive to the port, and one, when return luckily to their home-town or place of birth.
The three tattoos mean, that they survived the travel. An other chapter of traditional tattoo flourished in state-socialist times in the prisons, mainly in Russia, but also in Hungary. Officially it is was prohibited to promote tattoos, because state-socialism treated it as bourgeois deviance as in democratic countries, it was not prohibited.
In the Amazonas it was a matter of believe and spirit. God or the Goddess would not see those, who do not wear a sign on their body to separate them from the chaos of the jungle. I can imagine very well the effect of a sudden flash of a well drawn tattoo on a shoulder in the endless bushes. Maybe a geometric pattern as sign of the presence of the Almighty.
In Africa there is a culture of scarification. Incredibly strong wooden sculptures and portrait with scarified skin patterns are shown world-wide in the big museums and also photos of skins with scarification patterns and several types of body-modification.
They speak for themselves. It is a strong expression, when we turn as a sculpture to our own body, or the tribe modifies our body — often in painful way.
Contemporary artists have picked up this idea in a less harmful, often rather humorous way. The message: Hi I am still alive and this is my story.
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It appears on tattoos and on photos about tattoos, drawings installation, walldrawings and grafitty. Postscript: If we condemned all thingswhich were once prohibited by leaders of the monotheist religions and which we imported from ancient or tribal cultures, we would have no potato, no tomatoes, no easter eggs, no carnival. Big parts of Hungarian folk-songs and rock would go astray.
We would not recognise ourselves.
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So this is a plea for Tattoo. Roza El-Hassan November Legjobb koreai szemkörnyékápoló krém ránctalanító on the small picture to see the image in bigger.
My Concept for show Authentic from September — I am still looking for a space or museum to host it. Authentic is based on three things, which touched me mostly during the last ten years, authentic things. It was my exhibition concept for the Hungarian Pavillon in Venice, but the realisation was not made possible.
As I expected it One of these is the tattoo scene in Budapest, mainly anonymous and young people, the other are painting and grafitty by Jean Michel Basquaite. Although I did not see personally his big exhibition in Paris, I took time to look at the photo again and again, which I received from a Hungarian tattoo artist, who was just in Paris and enthusiastic about it.
The third series, which I would show is something, that touched me deeply. I initiated the workshops and collections of these children drawings in in Turkey.
I have also the stories, which belong to these drawings. The tattoo-artists, Basquaite and the children bring up images from the deepest deepemotional and mental levels. They are expressive. They all arrived from the periphery. Although Basquaite became very famous, he begun his career as a suburban gravfitty artist.
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It is a very brave gesture to tattoo on the living body. Expressive in the purest sense.
Today we see very few authentic pictures, artefacts. In the exhibition I would show in a very simple way these three groups of images. Jean Michel Basquaise Gravity artist and painter. Born in New York. Tattoo Artists: As I wrote, they are mostly anonymous, maybe they would work in masks, which covers their face completely and they would sew their motives or drawings by other international or local artists as tattoos on visitors upon appointment.
Their anonymity or personal appearance with their names we would decide later, when the project is in progress. They depicted the horror of the war touching my heart and without any visual cliches. I would exhibtit only a small selection and maybe I would like cover a few political logos although I am not sure, if this is politically correct, but the visual elements of the drawings show the elementary and exact images of regio basiliensis svájc anti aging core of the events.
There is something enigmatic about them, some questions remained unanswered: How could children analyse and depict what happened in such a precise way in the moment of trauma? In For sure, the paintings by Basquaite make it easier to understand and to approach because he is one of the figures arising from the underground, who is very respected by the young tattoo scene.
А кто, как не ты, несколько месяцев назад смеялся надо мной, когда я пыталась разобраться в их мотивах?. Неужели ты можешь быть настолько уверен в том, что понимаешь цели октопауков. - Вовсе нет, - ухмыльнулся Ричард. - Но естественно предположить, что высшие существа в любой ситуации будут руководствоваться логикой. Ричард разбудил Николь посреди ночи.
Some parts I would enlarge and the stories told by the children. I would also show.
It is easy to install these three elements from regio basiliensis svájc anti aging aspect. Maybe the tattoo artists would need some more intimacy, dressing cabins for the visitors to be tattoo.
How will we present the drawings? And how will we present the documentation of the tattoo body parts? A visit of the exhibition hall before the installation takes place would be necessary or at leat not bad. The original works by Basquaite would be a loan coming from international collections?
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If so, this needs special technical requirements. The three elements would make sure, that the Pavillon has many visitors. Not just because of the broad popularity of Basquaite, but also because of the tattoo salon: the visitors could reserve appointments for an original tattoo of high artistic value, who they will carry all their life.
Together with the drawings the project will have a strong anti-war message. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue and by a book about which introduces the aspects of contemporary tattoo.
The honoured jury of the Hungarian Pavillon in Venice and me could decide together, if I remain as a curator anonymous under pseudonym Janka Kovacs of appear with my name Roza El-Hassan. At this moment I can not present the usually necessary signed declaration of the artists, if they would like to participate: Jean Michel Basquaite is no longer alive.
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The children, who made the drawings in in the camp are somewhere in the world. I did not regio basiliensis svájc anti aging a permission from the underground tattoo artists for my previous curatorial proposal, which I planned to show in Vienna.
I would like to ask therefore the honoured jury not to present their names in the press without their final permission. If my proposal wins this contest, the tattoo artists could be listed anonymously or with their artist-blogger name or real names upon agreement.
First I thought about three or five tattoo-artists and maybe some further artists, local Hungarian and international, who offer their drawings or work as tattoo motives on living bodies. He could be as well shown as Jean Michel Basquaite. There were also anonymousHungarian street- artists since the nineties. Pictures: Jean Michel Basquaite — painting from the internet.
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Drawing by Tattoo artist Jjjanon J. Tattoo by A. Since I do not have copyright permission the pictures are illustrative and can not be coped for any commercial use. Attachment 1. In German Language — a sketch for a book about contemporary tattoo.
The jury decided to prolong the contest and they offered us the possibility to work on the details of the project proposal. The new deadline was December 1. One of their argument was, that the new quarantine rules in the country offers a lot of time to work on the details.
According to the general practice of the Hungarian Pavillon Contest and possibility to make proposals for the Pavillon is open to public and all people with professional practice. Since I had very little possibilities to present my conceptual works, texts and works. I was very happy to find a niche for a presentation and public. Following the first presentation I found the discussion with the jury — well known colleagues of my age — their critique and comments very interesting and thought a protocol of this talk could be a starting point for further work.