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May 27, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Handwerker exhibits offer two sisters’ origin stories

By | Feb 4, 2015

“Origin Stories: Altar Apparitions” and “Origin Stories: Alien Apostles” offer two sisters’ views on land ownership and identity.

Photography exhibits make authenticity their focus

By | Jan 29, 2015

Adjacent exhibits, “Staged, Performed, Manipulated” and “Margaret Bourke-White: from Cornell student to visionary photojournalist,” explore the meaning of truth in photography.

Review: Artist approaches aging through art

By | Apr 16, 2014

Artist Eva Capobianco explores the years of her life in her exhibit “Approaching 60.”

Review: Science inspires in data-based exhibit

By | Mar 26, 2014

Professor Jenny Sabin’s newest exhibit is a scientific art venture.

Review: Art show mixes fracking with nature

By | Sep 6, 2013

The “Marcellus Shale Documentary Project” debuted in the Handwerker Gallery on Aug. 28. The exhibit features photographs of hydraulic fracturing machinery in rural Pennsylvania.

Review: Abstract exhibit showcases local artists’ work

By | Mar 27, 2013

The Handwerker Gallery’s latest exhibition, “First Person, Twice Removed,” dazzles with abstract pieces.

Review: Art exhibit delves into dark themes in children’s literature

By | Feb 13, 2013

Artists illustrate unsettling elements in classic children’s books in “Beasties and Beasties in Children’s Book Illustrations.”

‘The 2012 Senior Student Show’: College seniors look to future with art

By | Apr 25, 2012

With a little bit of mundane life, a few representations of the underrepresented aspects of college life and a whole lot of introspection, the senior class art show displays the talent of the graduating class. “The 2012 Senior Student Show,” curated by senior art history major Nora Kharmoudi, opened last Thursday in the Handwerker Gallery…

‘Lines of Control’: Exhibit explores artistic lines of origin

By The Ithacan | Feb 8, 2012

Amid Cornell University’s classic, ivy-covered architecture, the distinctive lines of the Johnson Museum stick out. Inside, 33 international artists continue this powerful contrast through their exploration of the power of lines. The boundary-shifting 1947 split of Pakistan from India, and later Bangladesh, inspired “Lines of Control,” an art exhibit of more than 40 works by…

Exhibition pinpoints talented faculty

By | Feb 1, 2012

Walk across the Academic Quad, step up the two sets of cement stairs and “You Are Here” — at the Ithaca College faculty art show, where the display of mixed media and bright paintings, structural sculptures and large-scale photographs, represent what art at the college means. This year’s faculty art show, “You Are Here,” at…

Midwest art forms disjointed exhibit

By | Sep 14, 2011

The figure is one of the most fundamental parts of human existence. Artists spend lifetimes studying it. They learn its different lines, angles, curves and shades. Then they spend the rest of their career drawing, painting and experimenting, all just to find ways of interpreting it.

Seniors capture art of human form

By | Apr 20, 2011

Mirroring the features and form of the human body, the art in this year’s senior show at the Handwerker Gallery is a captivating, diverse look at the human body and portraiture.