The Photo League was famous for their Photo Hunts. Photographers would explore the city, competing in a photographic scavenger hunts for prizes.
Inspired by the exhibition The Radical Camera: New York’s Photo League, 1936-1951, teen interns went on their own photo hunt. Armed with some of the original assignments and digital cameras, they took to the streets surrounding The Jewish Museum. The assignments: Tired Feet, Animals at Play (not at the zoo), Man with a Beard, The Law, Portrait of a Cross-eyed Subject, Boom and Bust, and Inside Out. Can you tell which one is which?