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Two-in-one photo exhibit receptions tonight

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  October 30, 2008 08:15 AM

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The Panopticon Gallery throws two receptions in one tonight. The opening party for Christian Waeber's exhibit "Later That Night . . ." will also be the reception for Mara Brod's "Miniatures." Waeber's photographs are surreal shots of deserted parts of Boston at night. Brod's exhibit features tiny, toy-camera shots of Boston suburbia. Both photography collections make Boston look beautiful, albeit creepy.

Reception tonight from 5 to 7. Free. Both shows up through Nov. 17.
Panopticon Gallery, Hotel Commonwealth, 502c Commonwealth Ave., Kenmore Square, Boston. 617-267-8929.

-- The Boston Globe

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