Opening: June 3, 2023, 5:00 – 8:00 PM

JUNE 4 – 17, 2023 – Wednesday – Sunday 11:00AM – 7:00 PM

The ADS WAREHOUSE GALLERY will be open as announced above with one exception: June 15, 2023 Buddy Guy will perform in Kingston, NY – the gallery will remain closed for that day.

0101 30×75 Kingston and the Catskills, seen from the Hudson River (unique, one edition only)

Eduard was born in Vienna, Austria, and studied architecture at the ETH in Zurich Switzerland. After graduation, Eduard taught, practiced and photographed architecture. First in Zurich, Switzerland, and then after moving to the United States, he taught at the School of Architecture at Syracuse University and then at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy NY. In 1989 Eduard moved to New York City to concentrate full time on architectural photography. After 30 years in New York City, Eduard moved to Kingston NY. Whereas prior exhibitions of Eduard’s work were mostly dedicated to the oeuvre of a specific architect or firm, this exhibit is the first personal show in the USA and documents Eduard’s efforts of photographing the Hudson Valley. Eduard wishes to thank Gita Nandan and Jens Veneman for the hospitality and generosity of hosting the show.


0201-Summer Storm King Mountain 2022
0202-Hudson River seen from Wilderstein Castle
0203 – Looking South of Poughkeepsie
0204 – Kingston Rhinecliff Bridge Spring 2022
0205 – View from Rhinecliff Station Spring 2022
0102 – Kingston and the Catskills
0206 – Esopus LH looking South Summer 2022
0207 – Esopus LH and Catskills Summer 2022
0208 – Esopus Lighthouse and Island Summer 2022
0301 – Near Peekskill January 2023
0302 – Newburgh Beacon Bridge looking South
0303 – Under the Newburgh Beacon Bridge
0304 – Newburgh Beacon Bridge looking North
0401 – Winter Storm King Mountain March 2023
0402 – Cold Spring looking downstream Winter 2020
0403 – Cold Spring collage Winter 2020
0404 – Cold Spring looking upstream Winter 2020

Please note: The images 0402, 0403, 0404 were taken with an iPhone – thus it is not advised to print them any larger than a nominal 14×26″

0501 – Cold Spring Trinity 2022
0503 – Cold Spring Trinity Fall 2022
0502 – Palisades from Greystone Spring 2022
0601 – Bannerman Castle
0602 – South of Poughkeepsie NY.
0603 – Esopus Lighthouse in Winter
0604 – Newburgh Beacon Bridge Spring 2023

If you are interested in purchasing a print, please contact Eduard via email:

studio (at) eduardhueber (dot) com

And let him know which image you wish to purchase by indicating the image number(s), the image title(s) and the print size(s) you want to have. Please see available image sizes and prices below. Send the message to Eduard, then you will receive an invoice. Please pay the invoice. After the amount clears Eduard’s account, Eduard will print the image on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper – no substitutions. Please calculate a delay of about 10 days. The image will be shipped to you via USPS in a sturdy cardboard roll, sizes smaller than 11”x14” will be shipped in boxes, you will receive a tracking number. Continental US only, no PO Boxes. Payments can be made by check, payable to Eduard Hueber, by Zelle to “studio (at) eduardhueber (dot) com”, if you wish to pay via ACH, the payment info will be included in your invoice. NYS residents will have to pay Ulster County Sales Tax 8%, it will be added to your invoice if applicable.

Available sizes:

AA 30” x 75” $1,450.00 Kingston and the Catskills (seen from the Hudson River)  special order only – printed by CPW-Kingston

A 36” x 48” $1,175.00 special order only – printed by CPW-Kingston

B 24” x 36” $875.00

C 18” x 26” $675.00

D 14” x 26” $475.00

E 11” x 14” $175.00

F 8” x 10” $125.00

Each size category has an edition of 10 images. All prints are numbered and signed. All images are printed personally by Eduard in his studio, The big Kingston print and prints 36”x48” were and will be printed by the the Center of Photography at Woodstock in Kingston.

30 years as an architectural photographer in New York City, now turning toward landscape photography with a focus on the Hudson Valley.

“I think it’s important to create images that remind people to look and reflect on the beauty that exists on our planet. We all are guilty of taking too much for granted. Now is the time to wake up and SEE, or else we risk losing it all…. I really believe that images have the power to create change in people.”

-Philip de Martino

s t u d i o (a t) e d u a r d h u e b e r (d o t) c o m


selected Hudson Valley Photography

Early Instagram

B+E Exhibit
The Making of…

Blog at WordPress.com.