So much depends on an intersection. One line may join with another seamlessly. Or two may crash together at sharp angles. John Stezaker and Frank Egloff, in their show at Barbara Krakow Gallery, make incisive use of intersections in works that collage and layer photographs.
The photographs are not their own. Egloff, an area artist better known for his paintings that mash up and tweak images from vintage photographs, borrows fragments from works by Garry Winogrand and Bruce Davidson. Stezaker, a British artist who had a moment in the sun in the 1970s and has recently made a comeback, slices and dices 1940s-era, black-and-white headshots of actors.