Vince Aletti from The New Yorker writes:
Marilyn Monroe raises a glass at a Reno night club and Tom Waits holds a hefty mug at Max’s Kansas City, but the rest of the drinkers in this lively photography show are ordinary people. Brian Finke captures frat boys dousing one another with beer; in an image by Miles Aldridge, a model lies across a bed as if flattened by the red wine spilled nearby. Things are more convivial in photographs by Teenie Harris, Greg Miller, Christine Osinski, and, especially, Peter Kayafas, whose picture captures a Belgian man toasting the patient dog seated across from him at an outdoor café. Through Aug. 16.