Thursday, September 4
"Stefanie Klavens has a love for 20th century pop culture and Americana. In her articulate photographic series, titled 'Vanishing Drive-Ins,' Klavens documents the disintegration of the American drive-in. Once a popular social and entertainment aspect, it has been slowly disappearing from the United States. As Klavens explains, 'The drive-in has suffered the same fate as the single screen theater. Before World War II the drive-in was a modest trend, but after the war the craze began in earnest, peaking in popularity in the late 1950s and early 1960’s. Drive-ins were ideal for the modern family, everyone jumped into the car, no babysitter needed.'"
The Art Of Disappearing: Stefanie Klavens Documents Vanishing Drive-Ins
‘Celluloid Dreams’: A Photographers Quest to Preserve the Memory of Historic Theaters Across America
2010 July: Drive-in theater