Greg Lundgren has a beef with the death-care industry, with its cookie-cutter headstones and its flat, identical graveyards: It's impersonal, aesthetically bankrupt, and boring. He began his assault by making luminous, cast-glass headstones, then building a death-care gallery where artists and architects can show off monuments and urns of their own design. He's hosting a group show at this gallery, The Architect and the Urn, with work by Iole Alessandrini, Heather Flood, Stranger Genius Alex Schweder La, and many others. (Lundgren Monuments, 1011 Boren Ave, Opening reception 5–9 pm, free.)