Quick! Think of two subjects for a photography show. We’d bet that LGBTQ+ portraits and images of the Pacific Ocean aren’t the first pairing to come to mind. Enter Catherine Opie and her latest exhibition. She brings together two iconic bodies of work, different in imagery but bound by how they explore community. Her Portraits on the gallery’s first floor are styled after Renaissance portraiture, highlighting each individual’s unique features while creating connections to a larger community (via the monochromatic backgrounds). The seascapes were taken when Opie traveled on a container ship from Korea to California. There’s this sense of global community because it’s impossible to know where exactly she took each photo – these views are universal and become a connecting thread across cultures.