1899 – Ilse Bing was born in Frankfurt, Germany on the 23rd of March.
– Studied art history and mathematics at the universities of Frankfurt and Vienna.
– She bought a Leica camera and taught herself photography.
1930 – She was living in Paris and working as a freelance photographer.
1957 – Stopped doing black and white photography and developed and printed her own color work.
1959 – Abandoned photography all together and concentrated on painting, poetry and collages.
1976 – Published Numbers in Images and is rediscovered as a photographer by the Museum of Modern Art of New York.
1982 – She published Women from Childhood to Old Age.
1998 – She died on the 10th of March.