From Amy Plitt’s review of Marc Yankus’s exhibition “The Secret Lives of Buildings” at

From a distance, photographer Marc Yankus’s images of New York City look like photos you may have already seen of architectural landmarks—the Empire State Building, or the Ansonia apartments on the Upper West Side. But look a bit closer and you’ll notice something a bit off-kilter about them. The ESB, for instance, is usually surrounded by buildings and a crush of people; but in Yankus’s image, it sits isolated amid Manhattan’s grid.

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