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Mark Chester's Touring Exhibit Twosomes at the Reykjavik Museum of Photography

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Twosomes travels to Iceland: at the Reykjavik Museum of Photography August 21 - October 14, 2014

BOSTON, June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mark Chester's Twosomes touring exhibit and award-winning companion book from Un-Gyve Press represents images culled from his forty years of traveling with a camera, presented in pairings related by subject matter, graphic interest or, as the photographer puts it, "a stretch of the imagination." - a wide-reaching body-of-work that connects architectural icons with sidewalk signage; Japan with Iowa; 1979 with 2002; celebrity with passerby in a manner that reveals, as novelist Paul Theroux describes, "tremendous humanity and humor...In this juxtaposition of matching moods and paraphernalia, Mark Chester shows us in an ingenious way how the world is related and how we matter to each other."

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Mark Chester has been a professional photographer since 1972. He was Director of Photography and staff photographer at ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers), in New York City. His photographs are widely published and exhibited.

"...one of our finest...a wonderful eye and consummate skill..."
-- Charles Kuralt on Mark Chester

Published in 2011 by Un-Gyve Press the 218 page hardcover book Twosomes features 202 plates, 101 image pairs representing forty years of photography by Mark Chester. The 11" x 13" hardcover book with dust-jacket retails for $75. ISBN: 9780982919804. Designed by Un-Gyve Limited. Introduction by Julia Courtney, Curator of Art for the Springfield Museums, Springfield, Massachusetts.

CONTACT:

Reykjavik Museum of Photography T: +354 411 6390
Ljosmyndasafn Reykjavikur | Grofarhus, Tryggvagata 15, 6 haeo | 101 Reykjavik | Simi 411-6390

Un-Gyve Press E: info@un-gyve.com T: 617.350.7884

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