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Joseph Szabo: 35 Years of Watching Teens

Elaine Hake in The First Post: “There is nothing more romantic than a gentle dabble with delinquency: a furtive smoke behind the bike sheds, kissing the 'wrong' boy, the rebellion of time spent doing absolutely nothing. High school teacher and photographer Joseph Szabo knows this all too well: he has spent 35 years photographing students from Malverne High School in New York. His portraits of teens in the 70s and 80s manage to both mock and empathise with their posturing adolescence. Only one is truly startling: Priscilla (abiove, from 1969), the girl whose youth is painfully at odds with the insouciant pose she strikes. As for the rest: we've all been there.” Below, Lifeguard's Dream (1972). See six more shots at The First Post.

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