MUSEUMS

FRYE ART MUSEUM
Acting Out: Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore. Through Feb 12. 704 Terry Ave, 622-9250.

HENRY ART GALLERY
In the East Gallery you will find an impressive and colorful work, The Fates Await, that is inspired by German expressionist film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and made by an intellectual artist named Santiago Cucullu. Through March 12. Hershmanlandia: The Art and Films of Lynn Hershman Leeson. Through Jan 29. For 150 Works of Art, the architects Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo selected paintings and photographs from the gallery’s permanent collection. Through Feb 26. 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, 543-2280.

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NORDIC HERITAGE MUSEUM
Parallel Paths is an exhibit of hand embroidery, textile, and fiber art by mother and daughter Finnish artists, Riitta-Liisa Haavisto and Anna-Riitta Haavisto. Through Feb 5. 3014 NW 67th St, 789-5707.

VANCOUVER ART GALLERY
Protean Picasso: Drawings and Prints from the National Gallery of Canada and Selected Paintings from International Collection, a presentation of drawings, prints and the largest number of Pablo Picasso paintings ever exhibited in Vancouver. Through Jan 15. 750 Hornby St, Vancouver, BC, 604-662-4700.

CONTINUING EXHIBITIONS

GALLERY 110
Woodcut images by Harry Clewans (a San Francisco–based artist), and oil paintings by Midge Williams (who is based I don’t know where—but her work is preoccupied with the freeways of Los Angeles), are on display in this fine gallery. Through Jan 28. 110 S Washington St, 624-9336.

4CULTURE
Everywhere/Nowhere is an installation that combines postcards, broadsides, etched mirrors, and sculptures by Kristen T. Ramirez. Through Jan 27. 101 Prefontaine Pl S, 296-7580.

20Twenty
Sarah Sandman’s show grownHOME attempts to arrive at a new and very personal definition of the word “home.” Ongoing. 5009 20th Ave NW, 706-0969.

BLUEBOTTLE GALLERY
The Accomplices is a solo exhibition of new works by Kathie Olivas, an artist based in Tampa, Florida. Through Jan 29. 415 E Pine St, 325-1592.

CAPITOL HILL ARTS CENTER
Pane in the Glass, by local artists. Each artist has taken an old windowpane transformed into a light box, and created a piece of art. Through Jan 27. 1621 12th Ave, 388-0500.

CHRISTOFF GALLERY
On display is new work by Frank Burke and Janet Fagen-Smith. Through Jan 29. 6004 12th Ave S #17, 767-0280.

CORRIDOR GALLERY
Conditions contains recent work by Brian Quinn. Through Jan 28. 306 S Washington St, 856-7037.

CENTER ON CONTEMPORARY ART
“Zachai, a graduate of the Yale Masters of Photography program and faculty member for Seattle’s Photographic Center Northwest, devoted three years to Evidence. The result: over 3,000 images of unbused tables and attendant questions of class, consumption, and American culture. Untitled (Portrait #263), for instance, presents a lonely white plate containing a cornhusk and solitary fork. Could this possibly constitute a meal? We can almost hear the bell tinkling as a migrant diner exits somberly, thanking no one in particular. In Untitled (Portrait #2707), the ephemera of a senior lunch contrasts sharply with the Henry Miller–esque chairs surrounding the table. What has happened to the future? Adventure and invention are gone. Only a stubborn present of bread and butter and cream and coffee remains.”—Robinson Devor. Through Feb 5. 410 Dexter Ave N, 728-1980.

DAVIDSON CONTEMPORARY
Part of this gallery is exhibiting paper art by Japanese Seiko Tachibana (1964– ); the other part is exhibiting etchings by British naturalists Mark Catesby (1683–1749) and George Edwards (1694–1773). Through Jan 28. 310 S Washington St, 624-7684.

FRANK AND DUNYA
Wonderland is a solo show of new work by Natasha Villone, a painter whose native town is Orel, Russia. Through Jan 31. 3418 Fremont Ave N, 547 6760.

FREMONT COFFEE CO
This Is Dedicated to the One I Like is an exhibit inspired by the Cult of Youth project. Through Jan 30. 459 N 36th St, 313-7727.

G. GIBSON GALLERY
Curated by Larry Sommers, Ink Plus Paper is an exhibit of contemporary printmakers. To name but three: Claire Cowie, Dionne Haroutunian, and Ben Moreau. Through Jan 14. 300 S Washington St, 587-4033.

GALLERY 63 ELEVEN
Last Week. Karl Krogstad (a filmmaker turned painter) has new paintings for you to see and judge, and judge you must. Through Jan 11. 6311 24th Ave NW, 478-2238

GARDE RAIL GALLERY
The folk imagination of Dale Gottlieb transforms regular rugs into “narrative story rugs.” Through Feb 11. 110 Third Ave S, 621-1055.

GREG KUCERA GALLERY
Here you will see black-and-white photographs by Tim Roda and drawings by Peter Millett. Through Feb 11. 212 Third Ave S, 624-0770.

HOWARD HOUSE
New paintings by local artist Mark Danielson can be found in this excellent gallery. Through Feb 11. 604 Second Ave, 256-6399.

INFOHAZARD
This month’s featured artist is Lisa Mei Ling Fong, who will show new works in an exhibit called Introversion Boxes and Travel Stories. Through Feb 3. 1716 E Olive Way, 324-6630.

JAMES HARRIS GALLERY
Works on Paper is Mary Ann Peter’s first solo show in five years. The gallery describes her watercolors as fluid, organic, and atmospheric. Through Feb 11. 309A Third Ave S, 903-6220.

LISA HARRIS GALLERY
Moment Frame is Christopher Martin Hoff’s first solo show ever. His paintings document carefully observed moments. Opening reception Thurs Jan 5, 6–8 pm. Through Jan 28. 316 First Ave S, 624-3034.

LISA HARRIS GALLERY
If you want to see paintings of Italian hill towns then you best go to this gallery, which has an exhibit called Mostly Italy by local artist Wendy Thon. Opening reception Thurs Jan 5, 6–8 pm. Through Jan 28. 1922 Pike Pl, 443-3315.

PIONEER SQUARE SALOON
The paintings and sketches of talented hiphop head Michael Hall (AKA Specs One) are now on exhibit in this bar that holds many fond memories for me. Through Jan 30. 77 Yesler Way.

PLATFORM GALLERY
In Build: Conceptual, three mediums (sculpture, photography, drawing) are employed by three artists (Lucas Kelly, Sebastian Lemm, and Will Yackulik) to examine the substance of architectural space. Through Feb 11. 114 Third Ave S, 323-2808.

ROQ LA RUE
Final week. The pop surrealisms of Oksana Badrak and Miles Thompson are hanging on the four walls of this vital gallery. Through Jan 7. 2312 Second Ave, 374-8977.

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SQUARE ROOM
Wholly new work by Saya Moriyasu, Graham Fracha, Randy Gachet, and Gregg Graff. Ongoing. 1316 E Pike St, 267-7120.

TOST
Allegorical collages by Monica René Rochester are on display at this gallery. Through Jan 30. 513 N 36th St, Space E, 568-7419.

VÉRITÉ COFFEE AND CUPCAKE ROYALE
Curiously Intense Art is an exhibit by a woman with a curious surname, Rachel Van Citters. Ongoing. 2052 NW Market St, 782-9557.

WESTERN BRIDGE
In Crash. Pause. Rewind. 12 artists and groups look at “the disaster imagery generated by Hollywood and the news media alike as contemporary equivalents to the Romantic attraction to ruins.” Absolutely fantastic! Through March 4. 3412 Fourth Ave S, 838-7444.

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