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Cool, Gray City

A new exhibit commissioned by The Dryansky Gallery shows the work of 24 photographers taken on the shortest day of the year in San Francisco. Each photographer was randomly assigned to a neighborhood for the Winter Solstice, and the photos were all shot in black and white. They show a dreary, foggy city from Little Russia to Sea Cliff. The exhibit runs from August 20 to September 10. [SF Weekly]