Louise Bourgeois's fountain monument to the limits of masculine family relationships is finally finished and marking the southwestern corner of the Olympic Sculpture Park. The thick columns of white water that alternately cover stainless-steel father, then stainless-steel son obscure them from each other as their hands reach across the divide. To me the figures are stiff and the psychology overdetermined compared to much of Bourgeois's work, but the shoots of water are pleasantly solid, almost like two pure white marble shrouds. (Olympic Sculpture Park, 2901 Western Ave, 654-3100. 7 am—6 pm, free.)