Bin 22 "Graveyard Shift," photography by Anthony Mark Nesossis, runs through Sept. 1. 3200 W. Cary St. 358-4501.
Vapor Salon "Body and Chairs," the works of Michael Bollinger, opens with a reception Aug. 12, 8-10 p.m. 602 N. Belmont Ave. 355-1050.
1708 Gallery "Overflow," mixed media and installation work by Jill Downen and Charles Gick, runs through Aug. 19. 319 W. Broad St. 643-1708.
Artspace "Cast Shadows and Monster Ballads," drawings by Nathan Shacochis, "Studies in the Ephemeral," bubble blowers by Renee Zettle-Sterling, and "Cities I Call Home," photography by Elizabeth Flynn-Chapman, run through Aug. 20. 0 E. Fourth St. 232-6464.
Art Works Six shows run through Aug. 20: "Undone" by Julie J. Johnson; "Recent Works" by Christiane Middendorf and Sylvia Vera Guevara; the July All Media Show, "Disable the Label"; works by Virginia Disabled Artists; and "On the Verge of Abstraction" by Kurt Zivelonghi. 320 Hull St. 291-1400.
Brazier Fine Art "European Vacation," works in oil by gallery artists depicting European scenes, runs through Sept. 8. 3401 W. Cary St. 359-2787.
Chasen Galleries "The Art of Summer Fun," featuring works by Margarita Naot, Jack Goldsmith, Inessa and Michael Garmash, Robert L. Davis and Duaiv, runs through Aug. 30. 3554 W. Cary St. 204-1048.
Crossroads Gallery of Art The July All Media Show features works with a collage theme by local artists and runs through Aug. 10. 2016 Staples Mill Road. 278-8950.
Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen "Evolution," an exhibition of train photographs and layouts, runs through Aug. 26. Also, "Abstract Expressions," works by Lea Armstrong, continues through Aug. 31. 2880 Mountain Road. 261-6200.
Friend House Gallery "Paintings at Play," works by Mary Jo Beswick and Beverly Perdue, and "Summer Solstice," works by Carol Meese and Kathryn Hedgepeth, run through Aug. 12. 27 Bollingbrook St. in Petersburg. 931-1370.
The Gallery Art & Design "Archaic Revival," paintings, drawings and more by Brazilian artist Gute Brandao, runs through early August. 16 S. Dooley St. 355-0102.
Main Art Gallery More than 30 local artists contribute work for an Art 180 Benefit Exhibition, running through Aug. 28. 1537 W. Main St. 355-6151.
Nonesuch Art & Apparel An exhibition of "Robot Guy," Nick Kuzyck's new robot-themed paintings, runs through Aug. 31. 918 W. Grace St. 649-4069.
Outré Gallery "Roman Zelgatas Inside-Out," a collection of works by ambidextrous Richmond artist Roman Zelgatas, runs through Aug. 25. 3 W. Broad St. 644-2129.
Plant Zero "More! Pine Camp Benefit Exhibition," works by local emerging and established artists to benefit the Pine Camp Arts & Community Center, runs through Aug. 21. 0 E. Fourth St. 564-4998.
Quirk Gallery "Doggerel," an art show celebrating all things canine, runs through Aug. 26. Also, "Hot Diggities," doghouses designed by local artists, continues through Aug. 13. 311 W. Broad St. 644-5450.
Rentz Gallery "Entering the Interior 2," interior design work from the firm of Robert Rentz, runs through Sept. 5. 1700 W. Main St. 358-5338.
Reynolds Gallery A show of paintings by Richard Crozier and Frank Hobbs and "Almost Famous," works by VCU graduates, run through Aug. 15. 1514 W. Main St. 355-6553.
Richmond Public Library "Emigrants," a collaboration between artist Mark Shepheard and writer Deirdra McAfee; "Art by Gwendolyn," 13 paintings in mixed media by Midlothian artist Gwendolyn Steele; and "My Favorite Places: from the Atlantic to the Pacific and In-Between," photographs by Ben Greenberg, run through Aug. 29. 101 E. Franklin St. 646-4740.
Uptown Gallery An exhibition of figurative works by gallery members continues through Aug. 31. Also, "Wonders of the World," works by Sara Samlin and Liz Wooten, continues Aug. 26. 1305 W. Main St. 353-8343.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Studio School Gallery "Watercolor Paintings" by Ann Chenoweth runs through Aug. 25. 200 N. Boulevard. 340-1400.
White Canvas Gallery The recent work of John Alan Stock, a Virginia collage artist, runs through Sep. 6. 111 S. 14th St. 782-1776.
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