Through September 7 - Thobias Fäldt and Klara Källström: Lightning Appears For a Clear Sky at The Popular Workshop. Swedish duo Fäldt and Källström transcend your average hipster photography by allowing elements of the fantastical and the squalid and sometimes even the outright grotesque to coexist in their work. Their use of color is intense, reminiscent of the saturated hues of William Eggleston, and their keen eye for composition and light reshapes an otherwise banal still life of an old television perched atop stacked suitcases or a tree arched across a pathway. Fäldt and Källström fluidly move from the realms of art photography and book publishing into fashion and editorial work as well. I was particularly drawn to the back room of the gallery, which contains a series of images from when they found themselves near where Julian Assange was under house arrest. Instead of taking pictures of the man himself they captured photos of his personal belongings and of the media spectacle outside the house, brilliantly avoiding making the man into any more of a messianic figure than he already is to his devotees even as his possessions take on added significance once you find out whose they are. Fäldt and Källström find the details that make the story.