Art, 208 E. 6th St., 212-254-2628, classicamericanpainting.com: SMALL TREASURES, View small works by various gallery & guest artists in oil, acrylic, watercolor and mixed media depicting landscapes, city views, marines, still lifes, figural and abstract images. Thru Dec. 31.

Cheryl Hazan Gallery, 35 N. Moore St., 212-343-8964, www.cherylhazan.com: BRUCE TOLMAN, Recent paintings. Thru Dec. 12.

DietzSpace, 429 Greenwich St., Lobby, www.dietzspace.org: STUFF, Work by John Drury. Thru Jan. 31. Reception is Sat., Dec. 9 from 5-7pm.

The End of History, 548 1/2 Hudson St., bet Charles & Perry Sts., 212-647-7598: GLASS, View the world’s largest selection of 1950s and 60s glass. Furniture, lighting and ceramics from the same time are also sold.

Fallout Here Gallery, 54 Crosby St., bet Spring & Broome Sts., 646-957-3484: CONGREGATION, Over 20 well established and emerging New York City artists will exhibit works ranging from sculpture to photography , fine art and illustration. Thru Dec. 21.

Franklin 54 Gallery, 181 Christopher St., bet Washington & West Side Highway, 212-627-8690: ELLIOTT GILBERT & MARLA LIPKIN, View landscapes, portraits and still-lifes in oil, pastel and watercolor by New Yorker Elliott Gilbert. Lipkin creates large, scenic landscapes. Continues thru Dec. 31

Gallery 138, 138 W. 17th St., 5th floor, 212-633-0324, www.gallery138.com: INNOCENT WHEN YOU DREAM, A multimedia exhibit by Brookie Maxwell with large-scale drawings, sculptures and video featuring biblical themes alongside controversial contemporary issues. Thru Dec. 15.

Grey Art Gallery, NYU, 100 Washington Square East, 212-998-6780, www.nyu.edu/greyart: MOVING PICTURES: American Art and Early Film, 1880-1910, Exhibit explores the links, both deliberate and coincidental, between the earliest movies and other American visual art forms. Thru Dec. 9.

Gulf + Western Gal­lery, Rear of lobby, 721 Broadway at Waverly Pl., 212-998-1930, Photo ID required to enter building: COLLATED AND RETICULATED, Features book art, sculpture, works on paper and a film by Adrienne Garbini. Continues thru Jan. 2.

Hasted Hunt, 529 W. 20th St., 3rd floor, 212-627-0006: BOHNCHAN KOO: VESSEL, View large scale monochromatic still-lifes of classic porcelains from the Josen Dynasty that lasted from 1392-1910 in Korea. ELIOT PORTER: COLOR, An exhibition of richly colored vintage dye transfer photographs of landscapes and abstractions. Both shows continue thru Dec. 23.

Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion, One W. 4th St., 212-824-2205: TAMAR HIRSCHL – CULTURAL ALARM, A fine art exhibition that alerts viewers to the dangers of human and environmental destruction drawing from the artist’s memories of war and displacement in Croatia and Israel. Continues thru Jan. 30. THE EYE OF THE COLLECTOR, The Jewish Vision of Sigmund R. Balka. View over 200 works by a variety of Jewish artists. Continues thru Jan. 30.

Hudson Guild, Guild Gallery II, Hudson Guild Fulton Center, 119 9th Ave., 212-760-9237: UNUSUAL PORTRAITS, A group show. Continues thru Jan. 2.

Invisible NYC, 148 Orchard St., 212-228-1358, www.troydenningtattoo.com: LUNAR, Croatian artist Lunar will show his graffiti work in the exhibition “Beastz and Bugz.” Continues thru Dec. 16.

ISE Cultural Foundation, 555 Broadway, bet Prince & Spring Sts., 212-925-1649: YUMI KORI, A site-specific installation entitled “Shinkai.” Continues thru Dec. 30.

Jefferson Market Branch, New York Public Library, 425 6th Ave., 212-243-4334: COLOR CALLIGRAPHS, Recent paintings by Don Rogers. Continues thru Dec. 23.

Kenkeleba House, Inc., Wilmer Jennings Gallery, 219 E. 2nd St. at Ave. B, ANCESTRAL GUARDIAN SCULPTURE, View slightly larger than life-sized sculptures by Allen Uzikee Nelson designed to bridge the gap between African & Western culture. Continues thru Dec. 23. TOGU-NA SERIES, View modernist steel sculptures by George Smith. Continues thru Dec. 23.

Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, 26 Wooster St., 212-431-2609, www.ericrhein.com: JOURNEY AMONG WARRIORS, A collection of artwork by Eric Rhein suggestive of a universe where sexuality, beauty and mortality merge. Continues thru Dec. 21.

Maison Francais, NYU, 16 Washington Mews, 212-998-8750: LEFT BANK NEW YORK: Artists Off Washington Square, 1900-1950. Focuses on the buildings in the 2 blocks north of Washington Square that were converted for use as artists’ studios in the early part of the 20th century. Thru Dec. 8.

MV Gallery of Photography, 33 Little W. 12th St. #204, 212-929-3036: FROM THE COLLECTION, View 50 new and old photographs by Gordon Parks, Julia Calfee, Jim Stone and others. Thru Jan. 10.

National Association of Women Artists, 80 5th Ave., Suite 1405, 212-675-1616: JUST SCULPTURE, A solo exhibition with works by New York native Harriet FeBland. Thru Jan. 3.

Peter Blum Gallery, 99 Wooster St., 212-343-0441: DAVID RABINOWITCH, View the series of sculptures made in 1967 known as the “Phantom Group.” Continues thru Jan. 20.

Protest Space, 511 W. 20th St., ground floor, 646-734-4771: PROTEST: STENCIL IT, Stenciled directly on the walls and floors are political images and words created by dozens of artists and activists on topics such as the war in Iraq, global warming and the genocide in Darfur. Continues now thru Dec. 16.

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, 31 Mercer St., 212-226-3232, www.feldmangallery.com: PEGGY JARRELL KAPLAN, View contemporary dance portraits of choreographers from 1981-2006. Continues thru Dec. 22.

Staley Wise Gallery, 560 Broadway, 212-966-6223, www.staleywise.com: HORST CENTENNIAL, Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Gallery with a retrospective of works by Horst, a master of light and shadow. Thru Jan. 27.

TAMA Gallery, 5 Harrison St., 212-566-7030, www.tamagallery.biz: RED AUTUMN, A collection of large-scale paintings by French artist Fernand D’Onofrio. The works are strongly influenced by Asian style, color and design. Continues thru Dec. 16.

Tompkins Square Park Library Gallery, 331 E. 10th St., bet Aves. A & B., www.East-Village.com/shell: DESTRUCTION, CONSTRUCTION & EXPRESSION, A photographic retrospective of the work of Shell Sheddy (1990-2006) on the recent past of the Lower East Side. Continues thru Dec. 31.

The Ukrainian Museum, 222 E. 6th St., 212-228-0110: CROSSROADS, Modernism in Ukraine, 1910-1930. View early 20th century Ukrainian modern art. Continues thru March 11.

Umbrella Arts, 317 E. 9th St., www.umbrellaarts.com: GRAND OPENING, The gallery will present “Passion” as its inaugural exhibition. View works by Professional Women Photographers addressing the topic of passion as the fuel for life. Continues thru Dec. 16.