February 2–May 13, 2023


Main and Mezzanine Galleries

Current exhibition          

Bonds…Glass Bonds 

Curated by Dr. Marvin Bolt (Curator Emeritus at the Corning Museum of Glass and Research Fellow at Technische Universität Berlin), Dr. Gökhan Ersan (Associate Professor of Art and Design), and Dr. Pam Smart (Associate Professor, Anthropology and Art History). 

Generous support provided by IBM Endicott; a Humanities Connections grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities; and helpful assistance from the staff at the Corning Museum of Glass. Additional support from the Material and Visual Worlds Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence and contributors to the Binghamton Fund for the Museum.

Roman, Bottle, 1-3 c. BCE, glass. Museum Purchase (1973.61)


Other exhibitions on view

Rhetorics of Documentary  

Rhetorics of Documentary

In honor of the retirement of SUNY Distinguished Professor John Tagg

Curated by Tom McDonough, Professor of Art History and Adjunct Curator

Dorothea Lange (American, 1895–1965) Calipatria (vincinity), California. Native of Indiana in a migratory labor contractor’s camp. “It’s root hog or die for us folks”, February 1937, gelatin silver print. Museum purchase with funds from Mr. and Mrs. Morton B. Harris (1988.41)


Infinite Interpretations: A Multiplicity of Truths  

Infinite Interpretations: A Multiplicity of Truths

Curated by Cameron Wallace ’23, Environmental Studies major

This exhibition features the work of artists: Youngho Jeong 정영호, Hyeonwoo Lee 이현우, Doyoung Kim 김도영, Junyoung Kim 김준영, Sunyoung Park 박선영, and Han Hyeon 한현. It was made possible with the art direction of Kyungwoo Chun of Chung-Ang University (Seoul, South Korea), the assistance of faculty advisor Hans Gindlesberger and support from Harpur Edge. Translations were provided by Yeojin Kim, PhD candidate in English.

Louise Nevelson (American, 1899–1988) Federation Sculpture Edition E, 1981, wood and paint. Gift of Jackie L. Jacobs ’76 (2020.7)



Picturing the World in Early Modern Europe  

Picturing the World in Early Modern Europe

Curated by Ryan Oates ’22, Art History and Linguistics major

German, “Mantua,” fol. LXXXIIII from the Nuremberg Chronicle, 1493?, colored woodblock. Gift of William M. Voelkle '61 in memory of Kenneth C. Lindsay (2022.19.8)




Watching the Clock  

Watching the Clock

Curated by Chloe Vecchio ’24, Art History major

Lucille Usack (American, 1918– 2008) Untitled (Seated Woman), 1939, watercolor on paper. Gift of Gil and Deborah Williams (2016.4.338)



Last Updated: 1/16/23