Marc Yankus, Stairs Building
Stairs Building
Marc Yankus, Somewhere in The West Thirties
Somewhere in the West Thirties
Marc Yankus, Three Buildings
Three Buildings
Row of White Buildings, Marc Yankus
Row of White Buildings
Marc Yankus, Commodore Criterion
Commodore Criterion
Marc Yankus, Building Split
Building Split
Marc Yankus, Charles and Seventh, 2013
Charles and Seventh
Marc Yankus, Blue Coming Though
Blue Coming Through
Marc Yankus, Flatiron Area
Flatiron Area
Marc Yankus, Holland Tunnel Tower
Holland Tunnel Tower
Marc Yankus, Goldman Sachs, 2013
Goldman Sachs
Marc Yankus, L Shape
L Shape
Marc Yankus, Many Windows In Chelsea
Many Windows in Chelsea
Marc Yankus, Northern Dispensary
Northern Dispensary
Marc Yankus, Pierre Hotel
Pierre Hotel
Marc Yankus, Rectangles and Bricks, 2013
Rectangles and Bricks
Marc Yankus, Side of Building
Side of Building
Marc Yankus, The Space Between
The Space Between
Marc Yankus, Tower, Two
Tower, Two
Marc Yankus, Wall Divided
Wall Divided
Marc Yankus, White Building In Chelsea, 2013
White Building in Chelsea
Marc Yankus, Yellow Ochre Building
Yellow Ochre Building
Building Inside Buildings, Marc Yankus
Building Inside Buildings
Marc Yankus, Across The Street
Across the Street
Marc Yankus, Exhibition image, The Space Between
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April 3 – May 17, 2014

Opening reception:
Thursday, April 3, 2014
6.00 – 8.00 p.m.

ClampArt is pleased to announce the opening of “The Space Between,” Marc Yankus’ fourth exhibition of photographs at the gallery.

In his newest body of work, Yankus turns away from the soft focus which characterized much of his earlier imagery. In these photographs of the city, there is a very precise, almost hyper-real quality. The exactitude of the lines and the enormity of detail (down to the definition of individual bricks in the façade of a thirty-story building) imbue the photographs with the meticulousness of architectural renderings. However, Yankus plays off of the rigidity with a soft, subdued palette and a texture in the images which curiously seems to speak of history, memories, and the past.

The artist considers the photographs obscure and surrealistic portraits of New York City buildings. He writes, “In my new work, I have attempted to ‘rebuild’ New York through my own, imagined vision, in which the city’s historical buildings, so often taken for granted, exist as living presences.”

Marc Yankus’ fine art and publishing experience span a period of more than thirty years. Yankus’ work has been included in exhibitions at The Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York; the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York; the South Street Seaport Museum, New York City; and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC. His artwork has graced the covers of books by Salman Rushdie, Philip Roth, and Alan Hollinghurst, among many others. His images have also been used for theatrical posters for such acclaimed Broadway shows as Jane Eyre; August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom; and John Patrick Shanley’s Pulitzer Prize winning play, Doubt. Yankus’ work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the New-York Historical Society, New York City; and the Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C.

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