From the article by Leilah Stone for The Architect’s Newspaper:
Marc Yankus is a New York-based photographer with over 40 years of experience capturing historic buildings, streetscapes, and abstract compositions found when one looks closely at the built environment. In his sixth solo show at ClampArt, Yankus exhibits a series of photographs that continue his investigation into the buildings of New York City. Through his expert use of Photoshop, the artist removes all of the distractions that come with urban life—traffic, pedestrians, and noise—providing a glimpse into a New York “unseen.” The result is a collection of prominent city buildings seemingly frozen in time.
Browse the exhibition “New York Unseen” at ClampArt
Browse the series “New York Unseen” at ClampArt
Browse all of Marc Yankus’ work at ClampArt