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ARTS IN CONTEXT

A Moving Canvas

  • Aired: 05/29/2014
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Once a taboo practice largely confined to sailors and street hoodlums, tattooing has evolved into a highly prized fashion product for millions of consumers. America’s core cultural reference books, professional journals, newspapers and magazines recognize tattooing as a well-established art form that, over the last three decades, has undergone dramatic changes.
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