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It’s a little late in the day to catch Claire Bouleau‘s photography show at Zone Zero (unless you live within walking distance of the gallery—I’m looking at you, Georgetown students), but it’s a great mid-day outing for any other day this week. Here’s a snippet of what we had to say about the show: “Where the average pedestrian spies a slumlord’s cash cow, Bouleau conjures up a late-night tryst. In this way, says Zone Zero curator and fellow Francophone Jean-Louis Atlan, Bouleau’s photographs “reinterpret the mundane as something sublime.” Read more about “Photo Graffiti,” which is on display to April 30.