From David Rosenberg’s article for Slate:
In 2013, while walking around Manhattan, Marc Yankus took a photograph of the Goldman Sachs building that stands along the Hudson River in Jersey City. When he got home to look at the image, he was struck by its sharpness and the detail of the building he could see.
“It was fascinating because I felt I could feel the image,” he said.
Over the next couple of years, Yankus decided to bring what he saw and felt into a series called “Buildings” that, although distinctly different than his previous work, maintains his sense of timelessness and what he calls his “nontraditional” photography.