The twenty-two photographs in a series Kaplan calls "Urban Stonehenge" look, at first glance, almost identical. All are views of Manhattan looking west, down a corridor of towering buildings toward a jagged patch of sky and the setting sun.
The theme is all the more engrossing for its rich and subtle variations. Emphasizing the buildings' bulk, Kaplan allows them to recede into a featureless darkness.Read the complete review in The New Yorker.Please note the exhibition is open to the public till
July 11 and by appointment through August.