It is difficult to say which is better: screw-cap wine or Scott Foldesi's paintings. The one is pure, unimpeded-by-hardware Dionysia; the other is serenely Apollonian, like a shattered view put delicately back together again, but with missing parts. They make the perfect counterpoint; grab the wine at Whole Foods nearby, then cross over to the Center on Contemporary Art and stand, sipping stealthily, in front of Foldesi's poolside and bus-stop paintings in CoCA's 2006 Annual. (Whole Foods, 2210 Westlake Ave, 621-9700, 8 am—10 pm; Center on Contemporary Art, 410 Dexter Ave N, 728-1980, noon—5 pm, free.)