Everybody already knows what world-famous artist Chuck Close does: He dismantles the act of seeing, in portraits made up of hundreds and hundreds of little cohering parts. In an inspired pairing, Greg Kucera Gallery is showing Close's prints and large-scale tapestries with sculpture and photography by Seattle artist Drew Daly. Daly tears things apart and puts them back together again, too—most often readymade furniture and photographs of his own face. If Close's reconstructions are centripetal, Daly's are centrifugal, always on their way to somewhere else. (Greg Kucera Gallery, 212 Third Ave S, 624-0770. 6–8 pm, free.)