Grand Central Terminal Dining Concourse East
“Landmark City,” Marc Yankus’ new Lightbox photography installation at Grand Central Terminal’s East Dining Concourse presents a selection of New York City’s iconic landmark buildings through a unique lens that uses digital collage. Yankus highlights the beauty of the city’s ornate architecture existing in a still environment by altering the spaces around the historical buildings, allowing viewers to experience architectural gems in a new and slightly surreal way. This series of images honors the buildings of the past and their landmark status, and in the words of the photographer, “their power resides more in the realm of sensation than explicit narrative…where imagination and documentation meet.”
Marc Yankus is a fine art photographer whose work has been exhibited The Brooklyn Museum, The Library of Congress, and ClampArt. His work has been published as book covers for authors such Salman Rushdie and Philip Roth, as well as been used for theatrical posters for acclaimed Broadway shows as “Jane Eyre” and “Doubt.”
The exhibit was generously sponsored by Kodak alaris and Griffin Editions.
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