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After exploring the Mario Testino "In Your Face" exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, visitors should appreciate the gift shop selection full of, well, gifts. Don't think twice about getting fashion fans one of the vibrant coffee table books from the iconic photographer. There are many. If Testino touched it, the book is for sale.
Titles include Mario Testino: Portraits, Mario Testino: In Your Face (the exhibit's catalog of all 122 featured photos), Kate Moss by Mario Testino, Todo o Nada (which we can't find online, but seems to be a catalog from a European exhibit), Mario Testino: Private View, MaRIO DE JANEIRO Testino, and numerous others. Plus we saw other noteworthy publications, like Grace Coddington's Grace and Vanity Fair's Proust Questionnaire: 101 Luminaries Ponder Love, Death, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life. For collectors, limited edition prints priced at $1500 present a rare opportunity to own Testino's work. And for more accessible collecting, exhibit postcards are $1 and in a wide range of featured images.
Now, the only reading that wasn't present were fashion credits on each photograph. We would have appreciated those. How about you?
· See Mario Testino's 'In Your Face' Exhibit [Racked Boston]
· Mario Testino: In Your Face [MFA Shop]
· Museum of Fine Arts [Official Site]