Bay Area Bazaar
Bay Area artist Laurie Reid has invited over 30 of her SF cohorts to participate in a "Bay Area Bazaar," which includes Todd Hido, Karla Milosevich, and, well, over 29 others. Pulliam Deffenbaugh, 522 NW 12th, 228-6665, Through Oct. 1

Form & Emptiness
Mark Woolley opens his long-awaited satellite space at NE Portland's Wonder Ballroom with Form and Emptiness, an exhibition inspired by Buddhist philosophy. Wonder Ballroom, 128 NE Russell, Through Oct. 1

Inertia 2005
Stop the presses! An exhibition of "fresh new art and artists" juried by Jeff Jahn that doesn't feature Jahn's own artwork! Gallery 500, 420 SW Washington, Suite 500, 223-3951, Through Sept. 30

Robert Glenn Ketchum
Ketchum is one of the photo world's most acclaimed nature pornographers. His crystalline, pristine views of wilderness and mother earth represent the idealized, unblemished, and coldly seductive views that create unattainable models of desirability in the viewer's mind, leaving real experiences mediated by unrealistic, fetishistic expectations. Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery at Lewis & Clark, 0615 SW Palatine Hill Road, Through Oct. 16

The Spoils of Delusion
Portland's favorite Bigfoot artist, Bruce Conkle, conjures up a new exhibition about snowmen, mythology, and forestry at University of Portland. Buckley Center Gallery, University of Portland, 5000 N. Willamette Blvd., Through Sept. 22