For over forty years, Alex Harris has photographed across the American South, and in locations as disparate as the Inuit villages of Alaska, the streets of Havana, the fish markets of Mumbai, and the Hispanic settlements of northern New Mexico. Now Harris has selected photographs - some well-known and others that haven't been widely seen - that are especially meaningful to him from across his body of work. In this exhibit, Harris also explores the various ways he's approached and thought about the idea of distance as a photographer. The opening is a featured event of the Click! Photography Festival. At the Craven Allen opening Saturday, September 30, from 5-7pm, Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor will be signing copies of their new book, "Dream of a House: The Passions and Preoccupations of Reynolds Price."