* Full Metal Window
Marne Lucas, Portland's post-feminist answer to Betty Page, creates an installation of photographs on mirror for the Standard Arts Window. Standard Arts Window, 1715 NW Lovejoy, Through Aug. 15

Contemporary Dichotomies: Four Visions
Four totally different artists converge with their individual riffs on the theme of "modern extremes." Observe a film installation by Daniel Kaven, a series of "Polaroid abstractions" from photographer Johann Leiter, paintings by Kimber Shiroma, and Michael Wilson's ink/paint renditions of nightmarish hallucinations. Gallery 500, 420 SW Washington, Suite 500, 223-3951, Through July 30

* Hot Girls, Cool Guys
The second installment of Newspace's Music in Photography series features collaborators Pat Graham and Melanie Standage's candid color and black and white images of musicians doing their thing. Also check Nyree Watts' exhibit, a collection of haunting landscapes and close-ups she's done as cover art for albums by bands like the Red House Painters. Newspace, 1632 SE 10th, 963-1935, Through July 30

Tilt is a collection of skewed panoramic photographs made by Blake Andrews, whose urban landscapes threaten to slide out of his camera frame. Pushdot Studio, 833 NW 14th, 224-5925, Through July 30

* Junktown
Portland's most resourceful group of artists, Junktown, presents a one-night only event featuring a big display of "art for living rooms, not galleries." Said art includes found-object collage and googly eyed superhero paintings. Also included tonight: live music from Petty Cash, Aaron Kyle, and other folk acts. Should be fun. Nocturnal, 1800 E Burnside, 239-5900, Thurs, 7 pm-closing, $3

* Paperwork
Small highlights on paper dot Savage's summer drawing show: be on the lookout for great work by Michelle Ross, Jamie Insenstein, Harrell Fletcher, and Storm Tharp. Savage Gallery, 1430 SE Third Ave, 230-0265, Through August 27

* Tamas Nagy
In this fairly amazing body of work, photographs of human eyes act as mirrors of the photographer's true subjects--delicate portraits and still lives reflect the Hungarian artist's subject matter. Blue Sky Photography Gallery, 1231 NW Hoyt St, 225-0210, Through July