Pocket Utopian, Kris Graves – Hverarönd #4, Iceland 2012

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Pocket Utopia Update
191 Henry Street between Clinton and Jefferson Streets, NYC. F Train to East Broadway, 212-375-8532

Kris Graves: "Discovered Missing"
A Solo Exhibition of Photographs from Iceland
Through July 27, 2013 – Closing 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Summer Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Kris Graves Hveraround #4, Iceland 2012 – Limited Edition of 20 – $100

Graves has focused his camera directly on Iceland and its isolation and independence. Iceland is alone in a cold sea, sparsely populated; its volcanic visage is harsh and unrelenting. Discovering, via one (mostly) drivable road, and finding what’s missing from the known story, Graves shows us this Iceland.

For a limited time, we are offering the beautiful archival pigment print "Hverarönd #4, Iceland, 2012 11×14 inches by Kris Graves for $100. To reserve your photograph please contact us at pocketutopia.

Hverarönd is a geothermal field in Northeast Iceland, which is full of mudpots, steam vents, sulphur deposits and boiling springs. It ranks as being one of the most "unearthly places on earth."

John Haber reviews Kris Graves.

Coming up in August an unveilingMatthew Miller.

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