Chicago heroes Davis + Langlois are making their Seattle debut with an installation of paintings—they execute everything together but use classical techniques—revolving around a story "narrated" by the neoclassical French painter Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (he of the famous/infamous, impossibly long-spined Le Grande Odalisque). This story follows 15-year-old Palestinian-American Iman "as she contemplates the plight of Suquamish leader Chief Seattle, who is forced to relinquish his sacred land to the tune of Black Sabbath and the howls of Soundgarden." Oh hell yes. (James Harris Gallery, 312 Second Ave S, 903-6220. 11 am–5 pm, free.)