“Roman at the Tattoo Parlor” by Anna Skladmann

“Roman at the Tattoo Parlor”
Photo by Anna Skladmann
Moscow 2009

The book “Little Adults” by Skladmann explores what it feels like to grow up as a privileged child in Russia, a country where its radical history still rules daily life.

“Roman follows the footsteps of his mother who loves beautiful tattoos. At the photo shoot, he told me he prefers older girls like Natasha, a 26-year-old stylist. Girls at his age, he says, only cry and are too busy squealing all the time.”


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