Don't be fooled by the warm inclusiveness of the title. In the four years since its inception, the annual Open Door event at Rosalux Gallery has become one of the most hotly competitive juried exhibitions in town -- and, as a result, usually showcases a high caliber of talent (last year's show, finely filtered by the Weisman's Diane Mullin, was arguably the best small gallery offering of the year). The door may be open to nonmember artists, but if you're one of the nearly 200 who submitted work for consideration, it's extremely narrow and a bitch to squeeze through.

The trick this year was to catch the eye of juror Yasmil Raymond, assistant curator at Walker Art Center. Judging from her two efforts at WAC this past year -- the Brave New Worlds exhibit and the vehemently alienating non-works of Tino Seghal -- Raymond digs brash pomposity blended with global awareness. Should be interesting to see her tastes play out in a more confined space. (Opening reception 7-10 p.m. Saturday 06/14.)