From the post by David Schonauer at Pro Photo Daily, regarding Marc Yankus’ installation at Grand Central Station:

“Photographer Yankus likens New York City to a forest — one of the enchanted variety: liminal and filled with the ancient accumulated wisdom of all the lives who have passed through it.” So we noted in 2016, when we spotlighted Yankus’s work — images of NYC buildings that he manipulates both through analog and digital techniques in order to create a more perfect city — that is, one without people. Ten of his photographs are on view for an entire year in the crowded Dining Concourse of a New York City landmark — Grand Central Terminal.

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