Gyve: Middle English; origin unknown; sounds like jive; means to shackle or fetter; ungyve \un-jive\ v:[Middle English] to unshackle, to unfetter, to unchain

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No.30 Ralph Koltai, set designer, Royal Shakespeare Company, at home in London (Telegraph Sunday Magazine), 1978 Copyright Judith Aronson
Browse the Un-Gyve Book Store find a good book and kick back like Koltai. Visit the Un-Gyve Gallery Shop for this image from the Tactile | Mercantile exhibition at The Isole Gallery of Art + Industrial Design with other photographs by Judith Aronson, Mark Chester; and more. 
Tactile | Mercantile






This publication coincided with the exhibition 

TACTILE|MERCANTILE at The Isole Gallery of Art + 

Industrial Design, Boston, 2006.


Two softcover books 151 pages (SCENE ONE)

290 pages (SCENE TWO) each of them finished 

10x12 inches perfect bound with 10-inch spine.