From Interalia Magazine:

Marc Yankus writes: “I’ve always been drawn to the majestic details and materials of classical historical buildings, many of which are hidden from view, tucked behind new architecture, or simply overlooked. Often discovered from rooftops or accessible from private views, I feel compelled to capture the slivers of the old, recreate the buildings to make them whole, and restructure them in place and history. ‘Somewhere in the West 30s,’ 2013, is the result of catching a partial glimpse and constructing the rest of the building from my imagination. It turns out that when I walked around the corner and looked up I realized it was The New Yorker Hotel, which is not at all what I saw and rebuilt in my mind’s eye.”

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