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    Art Exhibit - Mark Chester: Reportage

    Presented by at The French Library Alliance Francaise of Boston (FAB)

    May 6, 2009


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    Art Exhibit - Mark Chester: Reportage

    The French Library Alliance Francaise is proud to welcome Mark Chester, a Cape Cod-based photographer, to our gallery for the month of May. Reportage features Chester's black and white photographs, taken from 1978-2008, which capture the people, culture and lifestyle of francophone Belgium, Canada, Monaco, Switzerland, Tahiti, and various provinces in France, including Alsace, Brittany, Provence, Paris and the West Coast. Chester observes...

    The French Library Alliance Francaise is proud to welcome Mark Chester, a Cape Cod-based photographer, to our gallery for the month of May. Reportage features Chester's black and white photographs, taken from 1978-2008, which capture the people, culture and lifestyle of francophone Belgium, Canada, Monaco, Switzerland, Tahiti, and various provinces in France, including Alsace, Brittany, Provence, Paris and the West Coast. Chester observes the human condition as it unfolds before him, attempting to capture that telling moment of people interacting, or the juxtaposition of people in their environment. "Photography is a medium that best expresses my observations and travel experiences. My work is not limited to any specific category. They are pictures of people, places and things that have touched me in some emotional, intellectual and whimsical way." - Mark Chester

    About the artist: Mark Chester has been a professional photographer since 1972. His photographs are in permanent museum collections in Baltimore, Brooklyn, Corcoran (D.C.), Denver, Portland (Maine), San Francisco, Springfield (MA), and the Museum of Fine Arts, as well as others. He is a Copley Artist member of the Copley Society of Art, Boston. For more information: http://www.markchesterphotography.com/


    The French Library Alliance Francaise of Boston (FAB)

    53 Marlborough Street
    Boston, MA 02116

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    Admission Info:
    Free


    General Day and Time Info:
    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


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