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On view through August 5 at the Aspen Ice Garden is the 2021 edition of Intersect Aspen. A tight selection of galleries welcome their carefully curated offerings, including a dynamic range of emerging and established artists with mediums and concepts that reflect the past pandemic year. Highlights this year include a solo presentation of April Gornik’s luminous landscapes at Miles McEnery Gallery, Elizabeth Condon’s fluid abstractions at Emerson Dorsch, Linda Lopez’s ceramics at Mindy Solomon Gallery, stunning design objects at Friedman Benda, group presentations of women artists at Berry Campbell Gallery, and a solo presentation by artist Kevin Ford at 12.26, among others. The fair also welcomes a handful of cultural partners, including Aspen Film, which is presenting four acclaimed animated short films from its 2020 and 2021 Oscar®-qualifying Shortsfests; and STONELEAF RETREAT, showing creations by alumni residents like a large-scale fiber work by Liz Collin and a digital pigment print by Keisha Scarville.