The Third Eye of the Twenty First Century is a teen-curated collection of photography made during the Special Focus and Advanced Digital Photography programs this winter and spring at the Institute of Contemporary Art. The title refers to the semester-long exploration of the spaces and people these young people interact with in their everyday lives. The students interviewed the people in the images and photographed them in locations with which these people felt a connection. Whether it be indoors or outdoors, each image explores their personal connection to a place. 

  • Location: The Mayor's Neighborhood Gallery, 2nd Floor Boston City Hall
  • Dates: June 3 - 30, 2019, reception June 20 from 4 - 5 p.m.
Cost
Free and open to all ages

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