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    Turkey Rhubarb (Rheum officinate) widely used a a cathartic.

    Turkey Rhubarb (Rheum officinate) widely used a a cathartic. Hand-coloured engraving London, 1798、クレジット:World History Archive/ニューズコム/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。

    商品コード: 2019080104920

  • 2005年05月27日
    「回り道も今では貴重」

    「カタルシスを感じてもらえるような小説を書きたい」と話す薬丸岳さん=東京・音羽の講談社

    商品コード: 2005052700097

  • 2018年06月08日
    違和感がカタルシスに

    「バーフバリ 王の凱旋<完全版>」の絶叫上映=東京都新宿区

    商品コード: 2018060800185

  • 2018年12月05日
    Kick-off for the Bauhaus anniversary in the Kunsthalle

    05 December 2018, Thuringia, Weimar: The exhibit “Katharsis“ by Philip Horst can be seen in the Kunsthalle “Harry Graf Kessler“ in the exhibition “Unser Bauhaus“ Part I. Studio 100 and the city of Weimar present the first 14 of 100 actors from 25 years of art and design at the Bauhaus University Weimar. The Kunsthalle “Harry Graf Kessler“ is the first station of the seven-part exhibition series. Photo: Martin Schutt/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2018120700114

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005286

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005280

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005345

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111909503

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005305

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112109356

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005278

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: A performer named Rosebud sings as visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005940

  • 2021年10月02日
    In America, Remember

    October 2, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: CRUZ TABRON, 7 looks at names as visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 2, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005223

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005875

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005367

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005315

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006046

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005996

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005880

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006063

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005896

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005346

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005710

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005273

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: NECIA CHAMBLISS and her daughter place a flag for her aunt that died of Covid as visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005859

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Closing ceremony takes place as visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005954

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Closing ceremony takes place as visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005247

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Closing ceremony takes place as visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005306

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: BERNADETTE HOPE weeps for her friend Curtis Orr that died of Covid during closing ceremony. Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005960

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Artist SUZANNE BRENNAN FIRSTENBERG listens during a closing ceremony as visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005884

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: PATRICIA GLADIN who lost her mother to Covid is comforted by her son JACK GAGNON during closing ceremony. Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006034

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005833

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112108849

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112109323

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112109409

  • 2021年10月03日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112109399

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005314

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006138

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005342

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 3, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 3, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112109086

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005975

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005768

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005923

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005574

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005349

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005882

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005900

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005267

  • 2021年10月04日
    In America, Remember

    October 4, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 4, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005826

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112109396

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006060

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005869

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005953

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112109527

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112108912

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: RAIN LAN, 12 years old, works as a volunteer to pull flags as the memorial is taken down. Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005935

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006057

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005784

  • 2021年10月05日
    In America, Remember

    October 5, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 5, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006039

  • 2021年10月06日
    In America, Remember

    October 6, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 6, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111909518

  • 2021年10月06日
    In America, Remember

    October 6, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 6, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005926

  • 2021年10月06日
    In America, Remember

    October 6, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Artist SUZANNE BRENNAN FIRSTENBERG pulls the last flags as memorial is taken down on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 6, 2021. Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005924

  • 2021年10月06日
    In America, Remember

    October 6, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Artist SUZANNE BRENNAN FIRSTENBERG pulls the last flags as memorial is taken down on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 6, 2021. Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006002

  • 2021年10月06日
    In America, Remember

    October 6, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Artist SUZANNE BRENNAN FIRSTENBERG pulls the last flags as memorial is taken down on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 6, 2021. Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005344

  • 2021年10月06日
    In America, Remember

    October 6, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Artist SUZANNE BRENNAN FIRSTENBERG pulls the last flags as memorial is taken down on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 6, 2021. Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112006074

  • 2021年10月06日
    In America, Remember

    October 6, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: Artist SUZANNE BRENNAN FIRSTENBERG pulls the last flags as memorial is taken down on the National Mall in Washington DC on October 6, 2021. Visitors walk amid a sea of flags during the last days of the art installation, ââ¬ËIn America, Rememberââ¬â¢ commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and stories of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, a woman yelled to the artist, ââ¬ËThank you. My mother died of Covid.ââ¬â¢ All that was left on the grounds that day were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112005982

  • 2021年11月25日
    In America, Remember

    November 24, 2021, Washington, DC, USA: In America, Rememberââ¬â¢ ..Collage created from words used to honor loved ones on flags in an art installation commemorating more than 700,000 lives lost to Covid in the U.S. on the National Mall in Washington DC during October, 2021. It served as a memorial where people gathered to weep, share stories and embrace as they sought solace. Names and pictures of those that died on the flags fluttered in the wind like angel wings...As the last flag was pulled, all that was left on the grounds were well worn paths of visitors and family that found catharsis and community in their collective grief. And an emptiness that echoed the loss of over 700,000 souls etched on the hearts of loved ones. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021112511481

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