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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 […]

The Universe Makers- A Virtual Group Show Curated by Dominique Nahas

Cross Contemporary Partners

Bassmi Ibrahim, Victoria Lowe, Anne Marchand, Dellamarie Parrilli, and John Lyon Paul are our universe-makers. To place their highly differentiated abstract aesthetic visions together so that they seem to react and inspire each other reminds me that this exhibition of visual persuasions is perhaps like visual chamber music of individual voices, heard collectively. These individual […]

Susan Sommer: Plein Air Abstraction

Cross Contemporary Partners

Susan Sommer has a distinct view of the rhythms of nature. Working in one of the more rustic areas of Upstate New York, she sees the changing seasons and accompanying movements of indigenous species as a constant reminder that nature is the ultimate bringer of stability and change. Instead of making accurate representations, Sommer sees these […]

Sarah Hinckley: Recent Paintings and Works on Paper

Cross Contemporary Partners

The most engaging aspect of Hinckley’s painting is the combination of her attraction for minimal or simplified imagery... realizing the shapes in her art, which are usually organic in nature, link her paintings with an esthetic of elegant simplicity. --Jonathan Goodman In 2016, after almost 30 years in New York City, Hinckley returned full-time to […]

Lee Saloutos: Nevada Mines, American Prisons

The photographs of Lee Saloutos transport the viewer to locations that, while usually unidentified, evoke nonetheless the unending action of the elements and the inexorable passage of time. Even more than this, they hint at a narrative of national decline, the gradual weathering of man-made structures and forms seeming to resonate with the collapse of […]