CIA Cafe, 72 Ocean St. in South Portland, features photographs by Mason Philip Smith, Allan Spader, Jack Milton and Doug Bruns.

The exhibit opens Sunday and runs through March 14. A reception with the photographers will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday. Refreshments will be served with live music by Seagrass, a five-piece Maine bluegrass/roots band.

The four photographers frequently meet at CIA in the Knightville neighborhood for coffee and fellowship. They will show examples of their work ranging from Maine landscapes to portraiture and probing street photography.

Smith, of Cape Elizabeth, has been a professional photographer for more than 50 years. Milton was a photojournalist at the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram for 30 years. Spader is an accomplished street photographer. And Bruns is a documentary travel photographer.

For more information about the exhibit, call 747-4414 or go to ciacafe.com.