Must-See Show: Photographer Alex Prager\u0027s \u0022Face in the Crowd\u0022\u000A10 dramatic images from the artist\u0027s Hitchcockian lens on the eve of her latest exhibition.\u000AAlex Prager, Crowd #3 (Pelican Beach), 2013\u000A\u000AThe more you look around, the more you want to look around.\u000AAlex Prager, Crowd #5 (Washington Square West), 2013\u000A\u000AOnly one man sees the apparent horror.\u000AAlex Prager, Crowd #1 (Stan Douglas), 2010\u000A\u000AHow to focus a spotlight on one person without using an actual spotlight? Here\u0027s one artful way.\u000AAlex Prager, Rachel and Friends, 2009\u000A\u000ASomewhere, an alternative world of Girls may exist.\u000AAlex Prager, Eye Grid from Compulsion, 2012\u000A\u000AThe eyes have it.\u000AAlex Prager, Irene, 2010\u000A\u000AA yellow cab has never been more beautiful.\u000AAlex Prager, Despair Film Still #2, 2010\u000A\u000ALike a Lichtenstein come to life . . . or a still from The Birds.\u000AAlex Prager, Desiree, 2008\u000A\u000AThe chartreuse! The eyelashes! The floor pattern!\u000AAlex Prager, 7:12 pm, Redcliff Ave and Eye #10 (Telephone Wires), 2012\u000A\u000AThis diptych shows just how electric Prager\u0027s works can be—whether they depict drama or delicate details.\u000AAlex Prager, 3:14 pm, Pacific Ocean and Eye #9 (Passenger Casualties), 2012\u000A\u000AAs usual, the first reaction is: What happened? The next is always: My, what beautiful colors.