Opening
August 25

In her now-iconic video from 1980, Howardena Pindell appears in whiteface to convey the often invisible racisms that confront black women.

Opening
August 25

Painting, poetry, prints, and decorative arts from the collection explore themes related to the moon in Japanese, Korean, and Chinese art.

Opening
September 6

An exploration of the photographic collections built at Cornell since 1869, with many selections on view for the first time.

Opening
January 19

Faculty in Cornell’s Department of Art are invited to exhibit at the Johnson, providing an opportunity to reflect on the relationship between education and practice. 

Opening
January 26

Spanning five hundred years of the history of India’s thriving commerce to Southeast Asia, Europe, and Japan, this exhibition reveals why Indian textiles were in such demand the world over.

Opening
February 2

How the depiction of the nude evolved in early modern Europe, and what developments affected both the thought concerning the body and its portrayal.

Opening
February 15

Sketches and studies made by European and American artists from the 1770s to the 1890s who were engaged with a new, scientific emphasis on the Earth.