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In this portrayal of New York, photographers Gerald and Marc Hoberman have captured the quintessence of this great city. From the advantage of a helicopter to macro-detail, the Hobermans set out to present a fresh and insightful vision of one of the world's most exciting cities. The images are coupled with well-researched text by Ray Furse.
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Acclaimed photographer and writer, Gerald Hoberman published his first book, "The Art of Coins and their Photography," in 1981 to critical acclaim. He has since traveled to six continents, creating a unique body of work that embraces wildlife, people, places, and aerial photography. His work has appeared in Time-Life, Kodak International Photography, Connoisseur, and the New York Times, and he has undertaken exclusive commissions for clients such as the Historic Royal Palaces in London. Marc Hoberman has mastered the art of photography on expeditions with his father, Gerald Hoberman, to the Amazon, Antarctica, the Galapagos Islands, and southern Africa. Father and son have collaborated on "England" "Namibia" and the award winning "Exposing Stamps of Another Coin." He is also the photographer and writer of "Teddy Bears."
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Book Description Hoberman Collection, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111919734414
Book Description Condition: New. Item is Brand New Shrink Wrapped!. Seller Inventory # 23MA3600ZUB1