Through
June 10

Examples from the Johnson’s rich and varied collection of European drawings, including landscape and cityscape, portraiture, allegory, abstract, and whimsical sketches. 

Through
July 8

Paintings and calligraphy by leading Chinese intellectuals engaged in political discussion through art during the early twentieth century, including work by Hu Shih, a student at Cornell from 1910 to 1914.

Through
July 22

Some of the Museum's most important acquisitions on view to celebrate the opening of the Johnson in 1973.

Through
July 22

Pioneering women artists are celebrated for paving the way for new generations of women working in video and film. 

Rirkrit Tiravanija Fear Eats the Soul Johnson Museum
Through
July 31

This public art project brings cultural institutions together in raising flags by acclaimed contemporary artists to inspire dialogue. 

Through
August 12

This survey of landscapes from mid– to late–twentieth century American art is curated by the History of Art Majors' Society.

Ongoing

Visible day and night, 12,000 white LED lights transform the ceiling of the Mallin Sculpture Court with complex movement and dazzling patterns.