However those involved happened to arrive at titling Art Academy's current exhibition "Generosity," truly all meanings apply to what's been presented. A bounty of sculptural works by Nopchai "Toi" Ungkavantanapong create what is without a doubt the most striking use of the Pearlman Gallery space. The predominately plaster and wood objects are elegant and poised like Giacometti's early plaster works, but more readily call to mind various flirtations between aesthetics and functionality in master sculptors like Robert Gober, Robert Morris and Franz West. Smooth, distressed white forms (simple cylinders, "logs," or bowls for example) have been added to wooden hardware that seems worn with use. The exhibition runs daily through Nov. 14.