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Upcoming Exhibitions

Opening June 20

Work by artists based in and around Ithaca, on view for the first time at the Johnson Museum.

Opening August 8

Trace the history of printmaking and the rich, varied processes that artists have employed for over five centuries with works from the Johnson’s extensive print collection.

Opening August 22

Known for his insightful novels, Kurt Vonnegut (Cornell Class of 1944) also created many drawings, often applying the same acerbic humor. This exhibition is drawn from the collection of his daughter, Nanette, and shows another side of this creative artist. 

Opening August 29

James Siena, Class of 1979, invokes systems and sequences reminiscent of computer software programs in his work.

Opening August 29

This exhibition, culled from the permanent collection, will examine various aspects of representations of the city and engage with a variety of disciplines across campus.

Opening August 29

A series of screenings will highlight film and video works by Gordon Matta-Clark, Class of 1968, that engage dynamically with the urban environment.

Opening September 12

Taiwanese artist Huang Hsin-chien’s installation combines everyday objects with real-time video and computer-generated animation to explore what lies beneath the surface of consciousness.