Every Thu., Sat., and Sun. from July 7-31
After write-ups in Slate, Wired, and Fast Company Design, Areca Roe brings home the singular photographs that make up her book, Housebroken
, with an exhibition of the images that sparked attention across the country. Featuring pictures of unusual pets in the homes they share with humans, Roe's series is at once idiosyncratic, anachronistic, just plain dumbfounding, and delightful. In this show, she's paired with fellow Rosalux artist Bob Roscoe, an advocate of historic preservation who trains his camera lens on the patterns made by peeling layers of finish and paint. Perceptions and expectations will be blown away. There will be an opening reception from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday, July 7.