Photographer: Lucia Remedios
Location: New York
“Andrew Carnegie never cared much for music. His wife, on the other hand, was an avid listener and a singer in her own right. The world-renowned building that bears his name was a present to her and to New York itself. Since 1891, millions of concertgoers have marvelled at its grandeur. Nevertheless, Carnegie himself typically spent concerts napping in the hallway behind his private box.”
Print Quality: Archival Digital Fine-Art print on Hahnemühle paper.