There's the golden, bald Brancusi. The 1964 painting that looks like a Dubuffet (hanging amicably next to a gaseous-green Matta) but is actually an Eva Hesse. The 17th-century Dutch still lifes next to Maurizio Cattelan's taxidermied dog. One of the priceless few portraits by Marsden Hartley after the death of his beloved German soldier. This is the first showing of SAM's vaunted billion dollars' worth of art donated this spring. It closes September 9. (Seattle Art Museum, 1300 First Ave, 654-3100. 10 am–5 pm, $7–$13 suggested donation.)