What we want from art is everything—the big, the small, the universal, the personal, the escape, the diving-in. So this show is perfect, composed of Steve Davis's documentary portraits of the real-life down-on-its-luckism of the town American Falls, Idaho (the seat of, no kidding, Power County), paired with Alexander Kroll's total abstractions, throwings-around of color on paper that have nothing to do with the American empire, its small-town cheerleaders, and its laid-off workers in dimly lit bars drinking cheap beer. Or do they? (James Harris Gallery, 312 Second Ave S, 903-6220, 11 am–5 pm, free)