You could have till Saturday twenty seventh November to go and see the exhibition “Of Paper and Pores and skin” devoted to the drawings of the Milanese tattoo artist Stizzo, introduced within the Pineider retailer in Milan. This can be a model whose idea – “Present man with the instruments to jot down historical past” – suits completely with zwhat tattoo means to all who put on this artwork.
“Of Paper and Pores and skin”– and right here we present you some pictures of the inauguration on Saturday thirteenth November- follows the assorted phases of the tattooist’s creative evolution by way of the phases of his discovery and understanding of the roots of Conventional tattoo.
Stizzo’s is an artwork which pulls on portray, the connection with paper earlier than that with pores and skin, working class tradition, previous Milan and its each day life, human dramas and traditions.
His specific contact, his model, have been based on these components after which developed alongside the way in which as he encountered the tattoo of Victorian England, America within the Forties and 50s and the avant garde of the 70s and 80s.
In an effort to create these drawings, Stizzo selected vintage paper as an integral irreplaceable a part of the work, the tattooist championing the fantastic thing about this artifical assist with all its imperfections and uniqueness, the polar reverse of digital drawing which is at the moment all the fad on the tattoo scene.
The exhibition additionally includes a collection of classic tattoo machines, together with a machine created by Stizzo himself utilizing the Pineider Avatar Black pen, a instrument for writing “on the pores and skin” which inserts in completely on this exhibition with the collection of different classic machines.
Pineider- 12 By way of Manzoni, Milan