Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties is a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum, which examines young people’s powerful influence on the visual culture of the 1920s.
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Nothing in the World But Youth
Nothing in the World But Youth is a prolific museum exhibition at Turner Contemporary in Margate, a seaside town in England.
Prolific photographer Martha Cooper captured the gritty culture of New York City streets during the 1970s and ’80s.
DRMTX from Johnny Woods on Vimeo.
The original footage for these videos came from my vault of VHS tapes that my friends and I made when we were in high school in Princeton, NJ.
Inspired by the high school self portrait by Andy Warhol, ‘Picking His Nose,’ I collected portraits from young artists that are making work less refined, more crude.
Hanging Rock Comics
Taylor-Ruth is a seventeen-year-old comic artist/tumblr-er. High school turmoil feeds the fire of her work.
My Life On Earth
Born in Dallas, Texas in 1983, Ronny Long is a self-taught artist whose work revolves around horror, wrestling and Bigfoot.
High School Illustrated
Brooklyn Public Librarian Ben Gocker recently shared this series of drawings made by students at Manual Training High School for their literary-art publication, Prospect.
Day in the life of young maiko. Maiko are apprentice geishas, the literal translation is ‘dance child’.
“One day, in Leningrad in the late sixties, a boy—or maybe two—endowed with a sensitive judgment and feeling for art imagined the following: how might the best girls, mentally, intellectually and visually seen, dream of him, although not only that…” Evgenij Kozlov
These eye popping drawings are by 14-year-old Evgenij Kozlov, made in 1960s communist Russia.