From Vince Aletti’s review for The New Yorker:
The undistinguished New York City buildings seen in these photographs are at once familiar and peculiar. Isolated from their neighbors by the same dusty haze that obscures the sky, these postwar brick and concrete boxes look comfortable in their anonymity. Yankus often digitally tweaks his images, embellishing certain structures and editing out others, but some of his most engrossing pictures are straightforward views of blank walls. By zeroing in on façades we tend to ignore, Yankus grounds his show in sturdy, workaday satisfactions. Through May 17.