Russian prison tattoos
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RUSSIAN CRIMIANL TATTOOS by dontpanicmedia on DeviantArt
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Exhibition: 'Tattoo' at Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg http://artblart.com/2015/03/26/exhibition-tattoo-at-museum-fur-kunst-und-gewerbe-hamburg/ Photo: Arkady Bronnikov (*1926) 'Photographs of Russian convicts' 1960-1980
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Illustration about Russian criminal finger tattoos isolated on light background. Illustration of thief, polygon, church - 41289149
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From: 30 October to 28 November 2010 Russian Criminal Tattoo Archive 4 Wilkes Street, London E1 6QF Thursday to Sunday, 11am to 6pm. fuel-design.com/ For more exhibitions and events, see the Eye events page: blog.eyemagazine.com/?page_id=158
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This unique archive documents Russian criminals' tattoos and their coded meanings. Included in the collection are more than three thousand tattoo draw...
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In these images the nameless bodies of criminals act as both a text and mirror, reflecting and preserving the ever-changing folklore of the Russian...
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These photographs of prisoners’ tattoos were collected by Arkady Bronnikov from the mid-1960s to mid-1980s. An expert in criminalistics, he visited correctional institutions across the Soviet Union to collect photos to help to understand the tattoos’ language, and to identify and catch criminals.
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Throughout the Communist era, convicts in the Soviet prison system used tattoos to signal their social standing, tastes, and interests to fellow criminals.
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