The Brooklyn artist on How to Stay Alive in the Woods, her fourth solo show at the gallery. Free.
Co-curators Phen Huang and Greg Kucera offer a walking tour of this soon-to-close exhibition. Free.
Robert Hardgrave: Drawings and other paper-based, wild-pattern-happy work for this Seattle artist’s first solo exhibition at Cullom. Free.
Ben Waterman: returns from six-months as a visiting artist to Northern Arizona University with new ceramics that look like they've beaten/fired to within inches of their lives. And then fired again. Free.
Andrea Joyce Heimer: Paintings of dark and funny suburban scenes. Free.
Nothing Is as Eloquent as Nothing: Mark Calderon's own statement about the show refers generally to "personal losses," in addition to other specific and universal sorrows, some readily recognizable. Free.
Alden Mason is a retrospective of the recently departed local legend's work, curated by his former student Greg Kucera of Greg Kucera Gallery and Phen Huang of Foster/White. Free.
The Topography of Cracks: Work by Libby Gerber: Accordion books that lovingly render cracks in what appears to be 1:1 scale. Free.
2nd Amendment: A Visual Dialogue: Gun collectors, gun rejectors, and those who fall in the middle plead their cases in art. Free.
The Obsessive Unknown Origins of Grotesque Irregularity: A group of artists held together by their narrative acumen, penchant for ornament, and “obsessive processes.” Also, the “boundaries of clutter” will be pushed. Includes Casey Curran and Bette Burgoyne. Free.
Out [o] Fashion Photography: Embracing Beauty extends New York scholar Deborah Willis’s journey to the heart of photography. This new exhibition, created in residence at the Henry and especially for the Seattle museum, looks at artistic and ethnographic photography—comparing the images collected by the Henry Art Gallery and the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections. The result is a surprise bulldozing of the distinctions between high and low, ideal beauty and medical health, sex and sales. $10 suggested.
Meadow Starts with ‘P’: I love you, but you’re too loud!: Meadow Starts With ‘P’ is a family and an art collaborative and a band of mad tinkerers that has constructed a machine that uses marbles to make a lot of semi-pleasing sounds. Free.
The Landscape Evoked: Six artists consider the trickier aspects of depicting space in non-objective landscapes. Free.
Undertow: New work from Julie Blackmon, who returns to Seattle with her immaculately composed photographs of domestic life undergirded by sexuality, violence, and chaotic potential. Insert gushing here. Free.
Otherworld: Group invitational featuring 18 artists and counting. Free.
Performative Fictions: conception, duration, and participation in performance: Three artists inhabit the gallery for two weeks apiece to create really long-form performances. In order, they are: Ben Beres, Alice Gosti, and DK Pan. Free.