Art, Free

Paris: Peacocks, Truth, and Tony Parker

When: Thursdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Oct. 17

Ed Malcik, photographer: "Lots of people have been to Paris, maybe you. People go for Notre Dame Cathedral, the Mona Lisa, a glass of Burgundy at a corner bistro, Chanel. None of that is in this exhibition. What is in it is peacocks, truth, and Tony Parker, which I think is much more interesting. Parker, by the way, is more popular in Paris than he was when he was in San Antonio with the Spurs: Paris, not San Antonio, named a burger after him." So come see for yourself the photos from back streets and unmarked areas of Paris.