Ilse Bing, known as “The Queen of Leica” was an avant-garde photographer and pioneer of monochrome images, born in 1899 in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany.
Posts Tagged: Art
Contact Improv’s Oberlin College Roots
The first ever performed piece considered contact improvisation was danced by Oberlin College students in 1972.
In my new project, County Down, an epidemic of psychosis among the adults in a gated community coincides with a teenage girl’s invention of a designer drug.
Teens Ponder Contemporary Art
“A basketball will always be a basketball no matter what you do with it, because i don’t think there’s any other way to look at a basketball.”
Photographer and filmmaker Niall O’Brien spent three years on and off living alongside a group of young punks from South-West London.
Andy Warhol Interviewed by a Teenager
Andy Warhol interviewed by teenage David Ehrenstein at the Factory on March 3, 1965.
Design Of The Flies
What better book to be designed by teenagers than Lord of the Flies!
Jackson Pollack Gets Some Fatherly Advice
In 1928, LeRoy Pollack penned a thoughtful note to his sixteen-year-old son, Jackson.
La Raza Community Centre offered a variety of activities and support for local youth of San Diego during the late 70s–early 80s.
Teen Connection Theatre
Teens connect and make theatre together—workshopping skits, painting scenery and field tripping.