Mounting a group show of more than 40 artists can be a massive undertaking for any institution, let alone a seamless photography exhibit in a space about the size of an average living room. But that is what indie curator Adal Delgado has pulled off with his all-women photo exhibit at his buzzing Little Havana alt hothouse. Forty-three local talents are exhibiting two small-format pictures each in a wildly contrasting mélange of styles that complement one other as if the participants had decided to collaborate on the final results. On view is everything from nudes to landscapes, still lifes, portraiture, iPhoneography, and even minimalistic shots of clothes. Veteran shutterbug Marlene de Lazaro catches the eye with her poetic pictures isolating solitary items of fashion; Violet Forrest seduces with her nubile nymphs; and Stephanie Lupu weighs in with self-portraits of her kooky alter ego, Esther, a Jewish-American princess. Best of all, the photos are priced at an affordable $300 apiece.