The art world has its dog days of August. We have the Converge 45 event for which galleries have mounted group shows. The Seattle art fair is this weekend and many galleries are focusing their ergs on that now.
M. K. Guth has a show of sculptures: This Fable is Intended for You: A Work-Energy Principle: Final. They are abstract totems representing individuals living and working in lower Manhattan. The gallery also has a group show. It has been curated by Leach Gallery director Daniel Peabody. Included are Lynda Bengalis, Louise Bourgeois, Josh Fought, Ann Hamilton, Sean Healy, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Dinh Q. Lê, Ellen Lesperance, Gina Phillips, Michelle Ross, Mark R. Smith and Anna Von Martens. At Elizabeth Leach Gallery www.elizabethleach.com 417 NW 9th Map 6PM-9 Fre
Harold Feinstein has an unusual six decade retrospective occupying both main exhibition spaces. He has many images made at the Coney Island amusement park in Brooklyn. At Blue Sky Gallery www.blueskygallery.org map 122 NW 8th 6PM-9 Free
Everett Lofts are recommended as always. Tonight is their annual open house and party. The upstairs lofts will be open with food and drink for sale.
It's easier for you to see them all than for me to write suggestions. Some close as early as 9PM. At the Everett Lofts 625 NW Everett. Bounded by NW Everett, Broadway, Flanders and 6th Map closing ranges from 9PM-10:30ish
PNCA is recommended to stop in. They have long time cycle shows and pop ups distributed throughout the building. Included is a small collection of Bruce Nauman. PNCA www.pnca.edu 511 NW Broadway Map 6PM-9 Free