Roses are an iffy subject, lost to associations. But there is something otherworldly about Bing Wright's white roses in almost unbearably soft grayscale backgrounds. These roses are redeemed, new, and about to die, separated from their vases and plunked facedown or present only in the form of scattered petals. Wright's style is both classical and conceptual (he's also a modernist, after his parents, Seattle modern-art supercollectors Virginia and Bagley Wright); it's a perfect match for the impeccable James Harris Gallery. (James Harris Gallery, 309-A Third Ave S, 903-6220. 11 am–5 pm, free.)