* Andre Kertesz
This Hungarian Modernist is one of the most appealing figures in the history of photography. A contemporary of Man Ray and Mondrian, Kertesz's funky, formal experiments were deemed pornographic in America during the '30s. See the show before the gallery closes its doors for the last time on Saturday. SK Josefsberg, 403 NW 11 Ave, 241-9112, Through Feb. 28
MULTIPLEX: Multiple Transmissions
Seven artists have been invited to respond to the word multiplex, and came up with an array of work in sculpture, fibers, works on paper, book arts, and other various media. Hall Gallery, 630 SE Third, Closing reception 7 pm.
Mark Bennett's prints and collages are deadpan architectural and media studies in which he presents the blueprints of famous TV homes, like the Beverly Hillbilly mansion, the Brady house,and the home of Darren and Samantha from Bewitched. Augen Gallery, 817 SW 2nd Ave, 224-8182, Through Feb. 28
Fitch's 1976 book, Diesels and Dinosaurs, was a minor classic of roadside photography. A New Mexico photographer, he now makes color photographs of dilapidated interiors that look like every other show at Blue Sky. Blue Sky Photography Gallery, 1231 NW Hoyt St, 225-0210, Through February