Anne Lindberg, inside green, 2016, Egyptian cotton thread, staples, courtesy of the artist. Photo: Shane Wynn
Artist John Newman speaks about his work in Intersections. Photo: Shane Wynn.
John Newman, Celadon Green with a Broad Brush, 2014, computer-generated and milled spalted maple, dark annealed and galvanized wire, cast Lucite, epoxy paste, gravel, wood, papier mȃché, steel wire, Japanese paper, Aqua-Resin, and acrylic paint. 18 x 36 x 18 in., Courtesy of the artist and Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York. Photo: Shane Wynn
Mark Fox, Confused History of Bad Drawing, 2013, acrylic, ink, watercolor, marker, colored pencil and gold leaf on paper with foam and metal saw horse, 108 x 68 x 61 in., Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Shane Wynn
Judy Pfaff, Turtle, 2016 (detail), installation view, Akron Art Museum, courtesy of the artist and Pavel Zoubok Gallery, New York. Photo: Shane Wynn
Intersections artist Anne Lindberg discussing an installation of sculptures and drawings by Ursula von Rydingsvard during the opening celebration of Intersections. Photo: Shane Wynn
Intersections artist Nathalie Miebach (second from the left) discusses her sculpture To Captain Billy Tyne and His Crew, 2015 with visitors. Photo Shane Wynn
Wiggle, Giggle, Jiggle artist Jimmy Kuehnle interacted with his inflatable sculpture in the The Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation Gallery during the opening celebrations for both Intersections and Wiggle Giggle Jiggle at the Akron Art Museum. Photo: Shane Wynn
Nathalie Miebach, Sibling Rivalry (detail), 2016, reed, wood, rope, and data, 180 x 300 x 14 in. Courtesy of the artist and Miller Yezerski Gallery, Boston. Photography: Shane Wynn.
Anne Lindberg, inside green, 2016, Egyptian cotton thread, staples, Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio. Photography by Shane Wynn.