From Elise Taylor’s article for Vanity Fair:

Imagine if buildings could talk. What would they say? That’s the premise of photographer Marc Yankus’s new exhibit at ClampArt in New York, “The Secret Life of Buildings,” which seeks to immortalize the city’s iconic, and often overlooked, architectural triumphs, from the Dorilton apartments to the Flatiron Building. By removing all the “background noise” from his portraits—like neighboring high-rises, cars, and sometimes even pedestrians—Yankus’s work uncovers a surreal beauty to the structures we rush by, unmindful and unaware, every day.

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