Brian Harkin has provided Unfair Park with many frameable memories in recent months -- see here and here and here, for starters. So here's a treat for the Friends who are fans: Tonight you can meet Mr. Harkin, and purchase some of his work, when he shows at the Van Ditthavong Gallery in Expo Park.
Says Brian, it's work "I've shot with my Lomo, a small Russian camera, so it's not my photojournalism work." The reception takes place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., and, as noted, the work's for sale. Grab yourself two photos, because you deserve it. --Robert Wilonsky
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