Temporary exhibitions are currently on view downstairs on Floors 1L and 2L.
Jan 21, 2023–Jun 11, 2023
Wonder and Wakefulness: The Nature of Pliny the Elder
Marking the 2000th birth year of the Roman author, natural philosopher, and statesman, this exhibition explores two millennia of art, culture, and natural science.
Feb 1, 2023–Jun 11, 2023
Morning Dew: The Stigma of Being “Brainwashed”
Works by Soni Kum, Hiroki Yamamoto and Kazuya Takagawa, and Nobuaki Takekawa artistically evoke the hidden stories of ethnic Koreans living in Japan.
Feb 11, 2023–Jul 30, 2023
Storywork: The Prints of Marie Watt from the Collections of Jordan Schnitzer and His Family Foundation
The interdisciplinary work of Marie Watt draws from history, biography, Iroquois protofeminism, and Indigenous teachings to explore the intersection of history, community, and storytelling.
Fifty Years: An Anniversary Celebration with the Collection
In celebration of the Johnson Museum’s fiftieth anniversary, an ongoing installation on the first floor features artworks from the mid 1960s through the 1970s and a display of Museum ephemera.
Gifts of Modern Art: David M. Solinger, Class of 1926
A special installation of select gifts and nine artworks that have become part of the Johnson Museum’s permanent collection through the bequest of David M. Solinger and Betty Ann Besch Solinger.
Leo Villareal: Cosmos
This site-specific installation of 12,000 white LED lights transforms the ceiling of the Mallin Sculpture Court with complex movement and dazzling patterns.
Outdoor sculpture from the Johnson Museum’s permanent collection that can be seen around campus and Ithaca.