From Caroline Spivack’s article for Curbed:
Amid the bustle of Grand Central Terminal, commuters can pause to admire New York City’s architectural gems with a new exhibition honoring the city’s landmarks.
The exhibit, dubbed “Landmark City” by photographer Marc Yankus, lines the terminal’s east dining concourse with a selection snapshots capturing the boroughs’ iconic buildings. Grand Central Terminal makes for a unique venue, as the Beaux Arts building itself was designated a landmark in 1967 and lends to the nostalgia of the photo installation.
“Their power resides more in the realm of sensation than explicit narrative…where imagination and documentation meet,” said Yankus.