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April 12, 2015

Through material and historical ties, educational uses, and ownership histories, “This is no less curious” illustrates the flexible and evolving functions of objects at a teaching museum.

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June 7, 2015

Photographs from the permanent collection that engage with ways that images are constructed by their makers.

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June 7, 2015

Vintage prints and prints made specifically for Cornell as a gift from the photographer, Cornell Class of 1927.

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June 14, 2015

Revolt presents Cornell as a locus for rebellion and innovation throughout its one hundred and fifty years. 

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July 19, 2015

This exhibition marks Cornell’s Sesquicentennial by returning to the University’s deep roots in teaching from objects.

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August 16, 2015

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

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August 30, 2015

In celebration of Cornell's Sesquicentennial and the 50th Reunion of the Class of 1965, the Johnson is highlighting the work of Professor Emeritus Jack Squier, MFA 1952, who was appointed Professor of Sculpture in 1965.

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December 20, 2015

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.

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December 20, 2015

This first museum exhibition of author Kurt Vonnegut’s drawings is taken from the collection of his daughter, Nanette, and shows another side of this creative artist (1922–2007). #CUVonnegut on Instagram

James Siena Labyrinthian Structures
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December 20, 2015

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

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December 20, 2015

This exhibition, culled from the permanent collection, will take a look at how photographers have responded to the urban environment in the last century. 

Gordon Matta Clark Splitting
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December 20, 2015

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

Huang Hsin-chien Inheritance
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December 20, 2015

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.