We work hard. And Americans play hard, too, in celebrated photographer Mitch Epstein's RECREATION. The series, shot from 1973-1988, chronicles the intensity of a couple tearing up the dancefloor in 1974 Louisiana or doing what humans tend to do: reducing grandeur to their own scale by snapping photos or peering through puny binoculars at spots like Glacier National Park. In most of Epstein's humorous explorations of "fun," his human subjects seem less captured in the act of having fun as they are captured struggling mightily to attain it, in the end working as hard at leisure as they do at the office. Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Through July 1. Jackson Fine Art, 3115 E. Shadowlawn Ave. 404-233-3739. www.jacksonfineart.com.