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We’re sharing featured artist talks and highlights of our recent acquisitions, made possible by the generosity of many Cornellians!
In honor of the centennial anniversary of women’s suffrage in the United States, the Johnson’s contemporary art displays focused on art by women, and a special exhibition inspired by the women’s suffrage movement opened in 2020.
Blanche Lazzell’s name is synonymous with the art of white-line color woodcut, a technique developed in Provincetown in the early 20th century. The Seine Boat (1927) was newly acquired for the Museum’s collection through a fund established by Evalyn Milman ’60 and Stephen Milman ’58, MBA ’59. Read more about Lazzell’s work on the Johnson’s website.
Stephanie Syjuco was born in the Philippines and works in Oakland, California. Her Applicant Photos (Migrants) (2016) were acquired for the collection after being on view in the Johnson’s fall exhibition, how the light gets in, which brought together artworks that engage with themes of migration and immigration.