In 1916 an avant-garde photographer from New York fell in love with a schoolteacher in the Texas panhandle. The passion of Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keeffe is a modern American romance. Intense and complicated, their union produced beautiful and unforgettable art, his black and white photography and her images of flowers.
This graffiti art on the side of an apartment building is one of many things to see on the mile-long trek along the High Line in New York City. A converted elevated train track in Manhattan hosts one of the city’s most visited and celebrated parks. Botanists, artists and people watchers are drawn to this green area suspended over the old meat-packing district. The art is based on an original photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt from August 1945.
The Brooklyn Bridge is an iconic image of New York City — accessible, functional, beautiful. At 130 years old, the bridge has withstood the installation of a nuclear bunker, plots by terrorists, and the heights and depths of human emotions. It draws lovers, jumpers and 150,000 commuters every day. The bridge also bears the weight of padlocks fastened by couples whose steely declarations of enduring love include throwing the lock’s key into the East River.