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PDF of 428 photographic images by Sterne Slaven of Hoboken scenes used for his book: Deconstructing Hoboken, published 2011. - Photograph

Portable document file (PDF) of 428 photographic images by Sterne Slaven of Hoboken scenes used by him for his book: Deconstructing Hoboken. Sterne Slaven - Hoboken Historical Museum - 2011; Published by the artist / photographer through My Publisher, 2011. Copyright of all images is held by the artist, Sterne Slaven. The PDF is for documentation and research only. It may not be reproduced or distributed. This digital slide show was shown at his 2011 Upper Gallery exhibit at the Hoboken Historical Museum.

Image of Photographic montage: Shipyards. Sterne Slaven, Hoboken, 2010.  - Montage

Photographic montage: Shipyards. Sterne Slaven, Hoboken, 2010. - Montage

Photographic print: Shipyards. Sterne Slaven, Hoboken, 2010. Giclee digital print mounted on double-weight watercolor board, 24" x 32" high. Signed on reverse in marker, block lettering: Shipyards - Sterne Slaven - 2010. Edition is not stated. Additionally inscribed on the reverse by the artist: To Bob Foster + the Hoboken Historical Museum on the occasion of my exhibit: Deconstructing Hoboken, Jan 27 [actual date was Jan. 30] - March 6. Slaven photographed the former Bethlehem Steel Shipyard over many years. From this body of work, he created this photomontage. The work was exhibited in "Deconstructing Hoboken. Photomontages by Sterne Slaven", at Hoboken Historical Museum, Upper Galler

Image of Deconstructing Hoboken. Sterne Slaven - Hoboken Historical Museum - 2011. - Book

Deconstructing Hoboken. Sterne Slaven - Hoboken Historical Museum - 2011. - Book

Deconstructing Hoboken. Sterne Slaven - Hoboken Historical Museum - 2011. Published by the artist / photographer through My Publisher, 2011. First edition thus, limited edition signed, dated 2011 and numbered 6 of 201 copies (initial print run of 25 copies as stated by the author). Oblong 4to decorated boards, unpaginated [48 pp.] Copy 1. A companion volume to his exhibition in the Upper Gallery at the Hoboken Historical Museum, January 30 to March 6, 2011. The work is illustrated by the photographs and photomontages which generally correspond to the works created and seen in the exhibition. It is arranged in titled chapters (but no table of contents): Ferguson [Propellers] Shipyards