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Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University 114 Central Avenue, Cornell University, Ithaca

An homage to the late Cornell astronomy professor Carl Sagan, Cosmos is a site-specific installation by New York–based artist Leo Villareal (born 1967), a pioneer in the use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and computer-driven imagery. His signature pieces explore complex movement and dazzling patterns created by points of light using his own computer software. Villareal - Cosmos […]


Gallery Estella 440 Julia Street, New Orleans

Coderch & Malavia is a sculpture project in which the human body and human emotion is at the core. A universe of meaningful forms centred on the idealized human figure. Joan Coderch and Javier Malavia came together in 2015 to carry out sculptural work with a refined technique, which is present from the modelling in […]


Gallery Estella 440 Julia Street, New Orleans

Born in Casalmaggiore, Italy in 1978, Giorgio Tentolini studied graphic arts at the Art Institute Toschi in Parma, and graduated with degrees in design and communication from the Universita di Progetto in Reggio Emilia. Tentolini began his professional career as a photographer, working for fashion houses and magazines, garnering significant awards for his memorable work. […]

Anne Hieronymus: Works on Paper

Cross Contemporary Partners

This exhibition of a selection of collages and drawings, is described by the artist as debris fields of torn and repurposed paper decorations, printed wrapping paper, stickers and broken up press-type. Some have been transmuted into the large colored pencil drawings also on view.  Hieronymus makes her drawings on large sheets of bright white gessoed paper, […]

Bassmi Ibrahim: Later Works

Cross Contemporary Partners

A virtual exhibition of later paintings by Bassmi Ibrahim can be previewed in the Cross Contemporary Partners Online Gallery. These commanding artworks are installed in a three-dimensional gallery with the illusion of 22 foot high ceilings and over 200 linear feet of wall space. Art critic Dominique Nahas writes about Bassmi's paintings: "Vaporous, veil-like yet robust, his open-ended forms […]