Transformer Station: Bldg

Combining a landmark historical building with a contemporary minimalist addition, the Transformer Station is a new anchor destination in Cleveland's rapidly evolving Ohio City neighborhood. The project brings a new cultural facility to a mixed residential and industrial neighborhood within walking distance of the restaurants and shops of the Market District and blocks away from the Gordon Square Arts District. Visit Transformer Station online. 

Transformer Station: El Anatsui

El Anatsui, Dzesi II, 2006 (installation view at the Akron Art Museum). Aluminum liquor bottle caps and copper wire. 117 in. x 195 in. x 8 in. Collection of the Akron Art Museum. Purchased, by exchange, with funds from Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Reed II. Photo: Joe Levack.

Transformer Station Lorna Simpson

Lorna Simpson, Counting, 1991
Photogravure with screenprint on paper
73 3/4 in. x 37 3/4 in. Collection of the Akron Art Museum. Museum Acquisition Fund. 

Transformer Station George Segal

George Segal, Girl Sitting Against a Wall II, 1970
Painted wood, plaster and glass. 91 in. x 60 in. x 40 in. Collection of the Akron Art Museum. Purchased with funds from the Fiftieth Anniversary Gala. 

Transformer Station Stanczak

Julian Stanczak, Dual Glare, 1970
Acrylic on canvas. 48 in. x 96 1/8 in. Collection of the Akron Art Museum. Museum Acquisition Fund. 

Transformer Station Bontecou

Lee Bontecou, Untitled, 1966
Painted iron, fiberglass and fabric. 41 in. x 29 in. x 8 in. Collection of the Akron Art Museum. Gift of Leo Castelli, Castelli Galleries. 

Transformer Station Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Bay of Sagami, Atami, 1997
Selenium toned gelatin silver print
16 5/8 in. x 21 1/4 in. Collection of the Akron Art Museum. Knight Purchase Fund for Photographic Media. 

Transformer Station Scott Miller

Scott Miller, Untitled, Sept. 6, 1988
Oil on canvas. 48 1/2 in. x 33 3/8 in. Collection of the Akron Art Museum. Gift of Mark Soppeland.