(ART) If drawings are the closest we get to seeing an artist in his creative undergarments, then a peep show uncovering 200 years of artists starts today at James Harris Gallery. In a collaboration with Jill Newhouse in New York, Harris pairs contemporary draftspeople like Patrick Holderfield and Jeffry Mitchell with forebears from Bonnard to Ingres to Delacroix to Corot. This isn't about context, subtext, or isms—just the naked act of making marks on paper that others might see. (James Harris Gallery, 309A Third Ave S, 903-6220. 11 am–5 pm, free.)