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.
“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.