From Jennifer Schwartz’s post on Crusade for Art:

In collaboration with Slate’s photo blog, Behold, we are extending the conversation with some of their featured photographers.

In 2013 Marc Yankus, after a period of focusing (or, soft focusing) on a somewhat abstract look at cityscapes, took a photograph of the Goldman Sachs building that rests along the Hudson River in Jersey City, New Jersey. Inspired by the detail he saw in the image once he opened it up at home, Yankus began photographing buildings around New York City that jumped out at him.

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