I wrote my first email to Jon Savage in March of 2009 asking if he ever thought about turning his book Teenage into a film.
Posts Tagged: Photography
Fifteen in Brooklyn
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.
New Blood — Emerging British Photographers
Editors Note: This is the first in a series of posts on London teen culture, past and present, to celebrate our UK premiere at the BFI London Film Festival Oct 10-13.
Ilse Bing, Leica Queen
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.
Frank Eugene, Teen Girl Portraits
Portraits of teenage girls by American photographer, Frank Eugene (1865-1936), who started taking photographs at the age of fifteen.
Moroccan Style, ’30s and ’40s
Collected photographs of young women of Morocco during the 1930s and 1940s.
Young Women of Algiers
This photograph of a probably newly married, Ouled Naïl Algerian girl was taken (by Lehnert and Landrock) in 1905.
Teens of Berkeley, Oakland and L.A.
Forest nap, Berkeley, 2003. Photographs by Lise Sarfati.
Studious & Crafty
Solemn class portraits from young adults c. 1900s in Kentucky, reading, writing, arithmetic, knitting and embroidery.
East Kentucky Teens, 1964
Photographs taken of the Cornett family of Eastern Kentucky in 1964, by a 28 year old William Gale Gedney.