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ARIZONA

Scottsdale: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 7380 East Second Street. Visions: Insights Through Art. through Sept. 19. (480) 874-4665/smoca@sccarts.org/www.smoca.org.

Tuscon: Center for Creative Photography, Fine Arts Complex, University of Arizona, Corner Park and Speedway. JoAnn Callis: Cake Hat Pillow. Through Nov. 28. (520) 621-7968/www.creativephotography.org.

CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshore Blvd. Beyond Geometry: Experiments in form 1940s-70s/Group show. Through Oct. 3 (323) 857-6000/bsmith@lacma.org/www.lacma.org

Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art, 250 South Grand Ave. Robert Smithson. Through Dec. 13. (213) 621-2766/www.mocala.org.

Newport Beach: Orange County Museum of Art, 850 San Clemente Dr. Views and Visions: Light in the Landscape/Group Show; Selections form the Permanent Collection. Both ongoing. (949) 759-1122 ext. 207/www.ocma.net.

Palm Springs: Palm Springs Desert Museum, 101 Mmuseum Drive. Stephen H. Willard: California Mountains and Valleys; Stars at Play: Photographs by Bill Anderson. Both through Nov. 7. (Museum closed for Sept.) (760) 325-7186/www.psmuseum.org.

Riverside: UCR/California Museum of Photography, University of California, 3824 Main St. Zeiss Ikon Camera Exhibition. Ongoing. Monkey on Your Back/Group Show with Ansel Adams, others. Through Nov. 28. Photographs of George Faitzer-Feroff. Through Jan. 2, 2005. (909) 787-4787/email: mitra@pop.ucr.edu/www.cmp.ucr.edu.

San Bernadino: Robert f. Fullerton Art Museum, California State University, 500 University Parkway. Photo editors Who Shoot/Group Show. sept. 23-Nov. 6. (909) 880-7373/email: artmuseum@csusb.edu/http://museum.csusb.edu.

San Diego: Museum of Contemporary Art, 700 Prospect St. Specific Objects: The Minimalist Influence. Through Sept. 26.www.mcasd.org.

San Diego: Museum of Photographic Arts, 1649 El Prado. Pure City: Andreas Feininger's Urban Vision. Through Dec. 12. (619) 238-7559/www.mopa.org.

San Francisco: San Francisco CameraWork, 1246 Folsom St. Monument Recall: Public Memory and Public Spaces. Oct. 26-Nov.24. (415) 863-1001.

San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 3rd St. William Eggleston: Los Alamos. Through Jan. 2, 2005; Roy Lichtenstein. Oct. 23-Feb.22. Double Feature: Mary Lucier and Gordon Matta-Clark. Oct. 9-Jan 23, 2005. (415) 357-4000/www.sf moma.org.

San Francisco: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts 701 Mission St. Beautiful Losers: Contemporary Art and Street Culture. Through Oct.10. (415) 978-2787/www.YerbaBuenaArts.org.

Santa Monica: The 18th St. Art Center. 1639 18th St. The Leopard Spots: Between Art, Performance and Club Culture. Through Oct. 16. Young, Gifted & Male. Through Oct. 3. (310) 453-3711/email: 18thsrtreet@18thstreet.org/www.18thstreet.org

Santa Monica: Christopher Grimes Gallery, 916 Colorado Ave. Miqguel Rio Branco. Through Oct. 16. Anthony Hernandez. Oct. 23-nov. 20. (310) 587-3373/email: cg@cgrimes.com/ww.cgrimes.com.

Santa Monica: Gallery Luisotti, Bergmont Station, 2525 Michigan Ave., Bldg a2 Simon Norfolk: Scenes from a Liberated Iraq. Through Nov. 6. (310) 453-0043/email: rampub@gte.net/www.artnet.com/luisotti.html.

Stanford: Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, Lomita Dr. and Museum Way. Transforming the Ordinary: Photographs of Organic Forms from the Permanent Collection. Through Nov. 20. (650) 7123-4177/www.stanford.edu.

COLORADO

Evergreen: The Timberline Gallery, 1552 Bergen Parkway. Work by Gallery Artisits. Ongoing. (303) 674-1270/www.timberlinegallery.com

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

The Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 Seventeenth St., NW. American Falls: Video Installation by Philip Solomon. Through Dec. (202) 639-1703/www.corcoran.org.

The National Archives, 700 Pennsylvania Ave. …

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