Saw an exhibition of Ezra Stoller’s architectural photos at the Yossi Milo gallery today. The pictures of the TWA terminal at Idlewild airport (since renamed JFK) gave a sense of the excitement of early jet flight, emphasized here by the pairing of the terminal and the a plane. Inside, the terminal building was beautifully sparse, a luxury I assume was possible because few people could afford to fly and security restrictions did not require the space to be divided.
Anyway, if you have the chance, pop along. Otherwise an archive of Stoller’s photos can be found here.