Aurélie Prissette doesn't have a single tattoo on her (she says) but she's hooked on French people who do.
"I've taken hundreds of photographs of people and their tattoos – in their work places, the tattoo parlors, their homes – even their bathtubs. Skin, for these people is about performance, a sensual one, a private one."
Above: "Viva Las Vegas," silver gelatin print (tirage argentique).
Aurélie presents her works at Kö-Ken Galerie, opening Thursday June 2, in an exhibition on the theme of "SKIN." Two other artists, El Patman and David Law, touch upon fashion and flesh in this collective exhibition.
Address: Address: 107 rue des Couronnes, 75020 Paris - 01 43 58 68 65. Through June 30. The gallery is open every day from 3 PM - 8 PM.
To see more of Aurélie's photographs, click to visit her web site.