From David Schonauer’s article for Pro Photo Daily:
New York City, notes photographer Marc Yankus, is a place “where imagination and documentation meet.” You can see that junction in the architectural details of the city’s skyscrapers—particularly many of the historical buildings that, all too often, are often hidden from view, tucked behind newer towers. In his new series “The Space Between,” which will go on view at ClampArt from April 3 through May 17, Yankus re-imagines the architectural landscape of the city. He uses visible slivers of older buildings and re-creates the rest, making the unseen edifices “whole” again. The sublime images are at once ethereal and sturdy, surreal and precise.