Isolated Houses
John Divola has been a "photographer's photographer" for about as long as I've been alive. Despite a pretty huge body of work, countless monographs and catalogs, and inclusion in most major American museums, he never quite burst through to the highest echelon of living photography masters. Things could be changing, though, as this decade has seen three great new series from Divola, including Isolated Houses—images of domiciles squatting on the periphery of Los Angeles and the sprawling California desert. Blue Sky Photography Gallery, 1231 NW Hoyt, 225-0210, through Feb 25

The Den
Ross Christy and Peter Burr present solo drawings and collages as well as some pretty sweet-looking collaborative work, including the funkyfresh drawing, Den Snake Bones. New American Art Union, 922 SE Ankeny, 231-8294, opens Fri 7-10 pm, closes Feb 26

Psychedelic Logging
Good old Reed gives you a nighttime of entertainment: Start in the library at 6 pm for the Valentine Exchange opening at the Case Works mini-gallery, then mosey over to the student union for a love poem recitation by Heather Watkins, a film-based lecture on the history of logging, and a free concert by the Watery Graves and We Two and the Universe. Reed College Student Union, Sat, 6 pm, free