One hundred years ago….
Freaks (1932) Daisy Earles aka Daisy Doll
The space shuttle Enterprise took off on Friday from Washington piggybacked atop a Boeing 747 bound for New York, where it was set to make a dramatic flight along the Hudson River past the Statue of Liberty.
The United States retired its space shuttles last year after finishing construction of the $100 billion International Space Station, a 15-nation project, to begin work on a new generation of spaceships that can carry astronauts to destinations beyond the station’s 240-mile-high (384-km-high) orbit.
NASA has been flying the shuttles to cities around the nation for display.
READ MORE: Enterprise takes off atop New York-bound jet
“Para tí”. 2006
Óleo sobre tela
195 x 146 cms.
Sunbathers at the Glen Echo Amusement Park, Maryland c.1943, by Esther Bubley
French Cancan Perfume
Exorcism of the Last Painting I Ever Made
Cindy Sherman - Untitled A, 1975