15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, 543-2280.
* SANTIAGO CALATRAVA
This survey of major building projects by the Spanish-born architect and artist chosen to design the World Trade Center PATH Terminal (which will crown a network of passageways linking commuter trains, ferries, and subways) is another coup for the Henry. Through Nov 21.
* ALEX MORRISON
The Vancouver-based conceptual artist uses video installation, drawings, and photography to explore appropriation of subcultures and issues of documentation and physical copyright. Through Oct 10.
SEATTLE ART MUSEUM
100 University St, 654-3100.
WILLIAM KENTRIDGE, SHADOW PROCESSION
A video installation--of people hurriedly moving, fleeing, and making their ways home--that explores migration and menace. Through Oct 17.
MODERN IN AMERICA
An installation featuring selections of paintings and photographs from the museum's permanent collection, focusing on American modernists. Ongoing.
VAN GOGH TO MONDRIAN: MODERN ART FROM THE KRÖLLER-MÜLLER MUSEUM
Major works by major artists, courtesy of a Dutch collection. Through Sept 12.
New works. Opens Aug 1. Gallery 124 at the Last Supper Club, 124 S Washington, 748-9975. Through Aug 31.
* BEN BERRES, DAVID HERBERT, JAMISON OGG, MATT SELLARS, DANIEL SMITH
This lively group show features text prints, video, sculpture, and collage on cedar shingles. Opening reception 6-9 pm, Sat July 31. 1506 Projects, 1506 E Olive Way, 329-5400. Through Sept 5.
RICHARD MISRACH, JOHN JENKINS III, DOUG KEYES, MARK MANN, CAROL SAWYER, LORI NIX, EVA SKOLD WESTERLIND, IAIN STEWART, JOANN VERBURG
What I Did on My Summer Vacation is a group show that riffs on the age-old schoolroom report. Opens July 29. G. Gibson Gallery, 514 E Pike St, 587-4033. Through Aug 21.
JEAN SALATINO, STEVEN GANDOLFO
Bright, monochromatic glass vessels. Vetri Internationl Glass, 1404 First Ave, 667-9608, through Aug 25. CONTINUING EXHIBITIONS
Final week. New paintings. Viveza Gallery, 2604 Western Ave, 956-3584. Through July 31.
Final week. Representational oil paintings. Artists' Gallery of Seattle, 902 First Ave S, 340-0830. Through July 31.
Final week. Realism to abstract realism. Art/Not Terminal Gallery, 2045 Westlake Ave, 233-0680. Through Aug 5.
* JOHN BUCK
Final week. Sculpture carved from wood, some with kinetic elements. The two largest sculptures in the main gallery stand like sentries to imagination and inspiration. Greg Kucera Gallery, 212 Third Ave S, 624-0770. Through July 31.
Final week. Cast-resin paintings on wood and mixed-media reliquaries that explore the natural world and transience. Frank and Dunya, 3418 Fremont Ave N, 547-6760. Through July 31.
* DIAMONDZ & PEARLZ
A group show featuring works by Adam Miller, Lena Okazaki, Jody Fausett, and others. No Space, 534 Summit Ave, 709-9945. Through Aug 21.
Final week. Fingerprints cast in bronze. Delight Hamilton Gallery, 157 S Jackson St, 223-9446. Through July 31.
Final week. New work. Gulassa & Co, 10 Dravus St, 283-1810. Through Aug 4.
SCOTT FRISH, ALISON KATICA
Final week. Mixed-media work by printmaker Frish, and the liquid emulsion photography of Katica. Atelier 31 Gallery, 2500 First Ave, 448-5250. Through Aug 1.
MARCUS JOHNSON, R'YKANDAR KORRA'TI
Final week. Paintings by Johnson and assemblages by Korra'ti. Pitcairn Scott, 2207 Second Ave, 448-5380. Through July 31.
Final week. Former White House photographer Kinney displays photographs from Kabul. Retail Therapy Gallery, 905 E Pike St, 324-4092. Through July 30.
Final week. Photographs of industrial spaces. Globe Gallery, 105 S Main St, #100, 612-7655. Through Aug 3.
* LAURA MacCARY
Final week. Odd woven surfaces (made of such cast-off materials as audiotape and old yarn) that contain noise-making circuits. Illuminator2, Down Under in the Pike Place Market, 1501 Pike Place, #321, 778-7520. Through July 31.
New work. Murphy's, 2940 SW Avalon Way, 937-6070. Through Aug 15.
BRIAN McGUFFEY AND LEIF HOLLAND
Paintings by McGuffey and wall installations by Holland inspired by natural disasters and nature scenes. Square Room, 1316 E Pike St, 267-7120. Through Aug 26.
Final week. Photographs. Cafe Solstice, 4116 University Way, 675-0850. Through July 31.
A solo exhibition of photographs and sculpture using phrases found in everyday speech. James Harris Gallery, 309A Third Ave S, 903-6220. Through Aug 21.
* BILLY NAME
Final week. Thirty photographs by one of the Warhol Factory's many stars. Roq la Rue Gallery, 2316 Second Ave, 374-8977. Through Aug 1.
* SHE STOLE THE SHOW: AN EXHIBIT FOR MAE
Final week. Eleven artists show work about show business as part of Mae West Fest. Capitol Hill Arts Center, Lower Level Gallery, 1621 12th Ave. Through July 31.
* PERLA SITCOV
Final week. Photography of everyday household detritus. Gallery4Culture, Smith Tower, 506 Second Ave, Suite 200, 296-7580. Through July 30.
* CHAD STATES
Final week. Large-scale photographs that look like Gregory Crewdson on a shoestring budget, with equally fractured and intriguing narratives. Zeitgeist, 171 S Jackson St, 583-0497. Through Aug 4.
JO STEALY, JUNE KERSEG-HINSON
Final week. Works by two sculptors who use wood, wire, flax, paper, and acrylic. The Fountainhead Gallery, 625 W McGraw St, 285-4467. Through July 31.
SUMMER SALON EXHIBITION
Final week. A group show with more artists and styles than you can shake a stick at. Gordon Woodside/John Braseth Gallery, 1533 Ninth Ave, 622-7243. Through July 31.
URBAN DWELLERS (PART II)
Final week. Twenty artists examine urban life. Priceless Works Gallery, 619 N 35th St, #100, 349-9943. Through Aug 1.