Cornell Art Faculty 2019: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art

panoramic photos of stone ruins
Barry Perlus, Nuraghe La Prisgiona (2018). Archival inkjet print.
black and white blurry photo of a man with Barbara Jordan written backwards over it
Bill Gaskins, Black Mystery Month Clue #2 (2018), archival pigment print, wood frame, and Plexiglas, artist's proof.
two round white and two grey square cut out objects on a white background
Branden Hookway and Maria Park, Field Diagram 1 (2018), plywood, acrylic on plywood, and Plexiglas.
painting of the torsos of a man and woman seated across from each other and the woman touching the man's chest
Stan Taft, Piazza dei Ponziani III (2018), oil on wooden panel.
two overlapping photos of fall leaves and tumbleweed
Dan Torop, Weeds/dust (2018), inkjet print.
Barry Perlus, Nuraghe La Prisgiona (2018). Archival inkjet print. Bill Gaskins, Black Mystery Month Clue #2 (2018), archival pigment print, wood frame, and Plexiglas, artist's proof. Branden Hookway and Maria Park, Field Diagram 1 (2018), plywood, acrylic on plywood, and Plexiglas. Stan Taft, Piazza dei Ponziani III (2018), oil on wooden panel. Dan Torop, Weeds/dust (2018), inkjet print.

Faculty in Cornell's Department of Art are invited to exhibit work at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art every few years, providing an opportunity for both the university community and the broader public to reflect on the relationship between education and practice. Cornell's art faculty are deeply engaged in studio-based teaching and strive to develop students into confident and independent artists in their own right.

On view is work by:

This exhibition was organized by Andrea Inselmann, curator of modern and contemporary art, and Laura Libert, curatorial assistant, at the Johnson Museum.