ABOVE View of the Johnson and Cayuga Lake from McGraw Tower
Viewers watch a three-screen video installation with scenes of water
ABOVE John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea
ABOVE Leo Villareal: Cosmos
ABOVE The art of Asia on the fifth floor
Colorful abstract paintings hang on concrete walls and shafts of light come from above into the museum lobby

Explore our permanent collections of art from around the world and across time, in our I. M. Pei building or online.

A man in a dark hat and red coat stands amidst a rocky field with water, mountains, and dark cloudy skies behind him.

On view now, a three-channel video installation by John Akomfrah, part of our upcoming Museum-wide fall exhibition.

Students work on laptops while one views an art print with the instructor.

The Johnson Museum serves as an educational resource for Cornell, Ithaca, and the region through programs for students of all ages.

Visiting the Museum

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art
Cornell University
114 Central Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14853
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Tues–Sun, 10AM–5PM
Closed Mondays

Admission is free.
For more information, call 607-255-6464 or send an e-mail to museum@cornell.edu.