Karl Lagerfeld once said, “Black-and-white always looks modern, whatever that word means.” Perhaps this explains the endurance—in these multihued times—of black-and-white photography in everything from fashion to portraiture to documentary stills. Robert Benjamin Griffin and Cheryl McClain present their take on this timeless form with an edited selection of their works. The night is celebrated with an all-black party (please wear black); music by Al Pete and Chronicle.
8 p.m. Sat., Nov. 25, Studio Zsa Zsa Lapree, 233 E. Bay St., Downtown, $9.38-$12.54, eventbright.com.