From Nicole Mondrus’s article for 6sqft:

Last Thursday, MTA Arts and Design announced a new installation going up in Grand Central Terminal. “Landmark City” showcases photographs of iconic landmark buildings that have been altered to appear on completely empty streets. The installation, by acclaimed photographer Marc Yankus, is set to run for a year in GCT’s East Dining Concourse.

“We are excited to bring this unique and thought-provoking exhibit showcasing NYC landmarks to one of the most iconic buildings of them all, Grand Central Terminal,” stated MTA Arts and Design Director Sandra Bloodworth in a statement. “This exhibit allows us to continue to engage our riders with dynamic works that inspire, and hopefully induce a pause or smile along their journey.”

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