Austin based photographer Ilana Panich-Linsman offers up a beautiful and candid look into the sometimes cloistered emotional and social world of teenage girls with her series Fifteen.
Posts Tagged: Brooklyn
The Shaming of Fanny Hyde
On a January workday in 1872, a seventeen year old woman named Fanny Hyde killed her boss, George Watson.
Brooklyn Poem Prodigy
Brooklyn native Nathalia Crane was just nine years old when she published her first poem in The New York Sun (they thought they were publishing an adult).
The Devils Rebels, Brooklyn Teen Gang
“A part of Brooklyn that few people see anymore, it is a battleground for police and young street criminals.”
Kiki Ballroom Brooklyn
Hosted by 18 year old Snookie Lanore (Lawerence Taylor) Kiki balls are thriving in Brooklyn.
Lords of Flatbush
The “Lords of Flatbush” move as a unit through Brooklyn — chasing girls, stealing cars, and playing pool.
Brooklyn Sons & Daughters
Before The Selby, An Afternoon With and Teenage Bedroom—there was The Nooney Brooklyn Photographs–documenting the homes and interiors of your average Brooklyn family.
The Brooklyn Enigma
Famous for fasting, Mollie Fancher led a Victorian girls life of sickness and fragility.
In the spring of 1959 Bruce Davidson met a group of teenagers in Brooklyn who called themselves The Jokers.