Cornell Art Faculty 2016 Bill Gaskins
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April 3, 2016

Work by Morgan Ashcom, Michael Ashkin, Roberto Bertoia, Leslie Brack, Renate Ferro, Bill Gaskins, Jean Locey, Elisabeth Meyer, Alva Mooses, Carl Ostendarp, Stephanie Owens, Gregory Page, Maria Park, Barry Perlus, Jolene Rickard, David Snyder, and Stan Taft.

The fire is gone but we have the light install view
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May 29, 2016

Recent work in printmaking, sculpture, and video by the two Thai artists and friends.

Andrew Moore Ilya Bolotowsky Goldwater Hospital Roosevelt Island
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May 29, 2016

The first public display of three abstract murals—by Ilya Bolotowsky, Albert Swinden, and Joseph Rugolo—that were removed from Goldwater Hospital on Roosevelt Island and conserved before they are reinstalled on the Cornell Tech campus.

Tradition, Transmission, and Transformation in East Asian Art
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June 12, 2016

Works of art from the Johnson’s collection focusing on the ink painting tradition and how Chinese cultural images and artistic styles were adopted and adapted in Korea and Japan. 

History of Art Majors Society 2016 Slater Bradley
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July 24, 2016

The History of Art Majors’ Society explores the construction, preservation, and exhaustion of fame. 

Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri Marawa Licensed by Aboriginal Artists Agency Ltd courtesy Papunya Tula Artists
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August 14, 2016

Work by nine contemporary Aboriginal Australian artists drawn from the collection of Debra and Dennis Scholl.

Matthew Schreiber Crossbow
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August 28, 2016

This site-specific laser installation is an immersive environment that envelops the viewer in a wash of immaterial geometric forms. 

Japan Korin school tray 19th century tray
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December 18, 2016

This exhibition explores how American collectors in Japan impacted the Johnson Museum’s permanent collection.

Japonisme First Wave
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December 18, 2016

More than a decade before the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, all things Japanese were being embraced in Europe. In conjunction with JapanAmerica, this exhibition follows this enthusiasm into the present and examine its long-term impact.

We Went to the Fair Johnson Museum Cornell
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December 18, 2016

See works now in the Johnson’s collection that were shown at American World's Fairs, in conjunction with JapanAmerica.

Ralph Hocking Transparent Body #3
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December 18, 2016

This extension of the Kroch Library exhibition presents electronic and digital artwork held in the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media, with a special focus on Central New York’s important role in the development of media art.

JapanAmerica Johnson Museum Cornell
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December 18, 2016

JapanAmerica looks at the roles of art, design, and display in Japanese-American relations through the lens of major international expositions held in the Americas and at Japan’s first world’s fair.