Each photograph by French artist Jean-Luc Mylayne is shot in a single moment, but takes months to create. For this show, he hung out with birds in a remote area of Texas and learned their routines. Taking his cues from the animals, the plants, and the light and weather of the landscape, he decided what he wanted to shoot. Then he set up a homemade apparatus of layered lenses, complicating the depth of field. The resulting images are thick with time. (Henry Art Gallery, 4100 15th Ave NE, 543-2280. 11 am–8 pm, $10/free for students.)