Connections II

Group Exhibition | The Fowler-Kellogg Art Center

Curated by Rebecca Marsh

July 21 - August 07, 2022

| 3:00 PM

Gallery Café at Fowler-Kellogg Art Center, Ramble Avenue, Chautauqua, NY, USA

Featuring works by Shabnam Jannesari, Nicole Thomas, Sehjin Kim, Anna Lipscomb, Kristel Baldoz, Xavier Haughton, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Abigail Nasari, Seyhr A. Qayum, Jia Jia, Sopheak Sam, Justin Gotzis , Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez, Katherine Toukhy, H. Gene Thompson, Jade Wong, Cynthia Pannucci, Ivory Fu, Ashton Maya, Ajani Brannum

One of our most popular exhibitions of the summer will once again be displayed on the second floor of Fowler- Kellogg Art Center. This year each Artist-in-Residence, who will be attending the summer program at the Chautauqua School of Art, will exhibit original work created pre-season highlighting their personal style.

CVA Review

Review on group exhibition Connections II

Written by Will Karr

Published July 20, 2022

Chautauqua, New York, USA

Featuring works by Shabnam Jannesari, Nicole Thomas, Sehjin Kim, Anna Lipscomb, Kristel Baldoz, Xavier Haughton, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Abigail Nasari, Seyhr A. Qayum, and others

Quote from Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez: “'I gravitated toward sculpture because I think there is something inherently wonderful about it,” she said. “You have to confront the materiality of the world — the politics, economic and social consequences of where your material comes from and what histories are embedded.'”

Merrill Scholars Honor Their Mentors

Cornell Chronicle

Written by Laura Gallup

Published May 31, 2022

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring Elise Boisvert, RaeAnne Carpenter, Jacob Geitner, Isabelle McLeod Daphnis, Cecilia Msogoya, Srishti Tyagi, Audrey Vinton, Anna Effenberger, Yiqi Jiang, Alisha Kewalramani, Caroline Lui, Stephen Yang, Youssef Aziz, Helena Brittain, Luke Detlor, Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez, and others

"The scholars were selected by deans of the university’s 10 undergraduate colleges and schools based on their outstanding scholastic achievement, their strong leadership and their desire to positively impact the world beyond Cornell."

Mercy Kill

Group Exhibition | Bibliowicz Gallery

Curated by Sh'yee Meng and Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez

May 26 - June 11, 2022

| 5:00 PM

Milstein Hall, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring works by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez and Sh'yee Meng

Unexpected Flesh, both analog and digital.

My Best Self

Solo Exhibition | The Soil Factory

Curated by Sabrina Haertig and Alexander Arebalo

May 19 - June 28, 2022

| 7:00 PM

610 Elmira Rd, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring works by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez. Live performance by EASTWOOD

My Best Self is an installation that situated participants in an obscure landscape of collapsing bodies, shifting temporalities, and a polluted atmosphere to simulate the complexities of childhood trauma and reconciliation.

Dog Breakfast

Group Exhibition | Tjaden & Experimental Galleries

Curated by Cecilia Lu, Rose Crawford, Liana Amaya, Mia Hause

December 06 – 17, 2021

| 5:00 PM

Cornell University, Olive Tjaden Hall, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring works by Liana Amaya, Kyuin Baik, Asha Bell, Vincent Campagna, Rose Crawford, Liam Fallon, Samuel Glass, Margaret Groton, Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez, Mia Hause, Alexa Kanarowski, Maia Karten, Iris Kazhmurat, Seung Hwan Daniel Lee, Z. Cecilia Lu, Conor Martin, Sh'yee Meng, Angelique Nagovskaya, Jonathan Pang, Jason Park, Tricia Park, Noor Shakeel, Avivi Wang

Dog Breakfast features artwork from the Fall 2021 ART 4003: Thesis I class taught by Visiting Critic Dean L. Erdmann, Assistant Professor of the Practice Joanna Monika Malinowska and graduate assistant Erin Miller (M.F.A. '22). Included within are pieces created by multimedia sculptors, painters, and digital artists surrounding themes dependent on the individual investigations each student has conducted throughout the semester.

Sabor a Carne

Solo Exhibition | Experimental Gallery

Curated by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez and David Nasca

November 16 – 19, 2021

| 5:00 PM

Cornell University, Olive Tjaden Hall, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring works by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez

"And when did you first taste yourself in the Boneless Skinless Chicken Thighs Family Pack? *Freshness guaranteed*."

Sabor a Carne is a sculpture series navigating the relationship of Latinx identity to poultry processing in the United States. The cannibalism of labor. Bring your own Sazón.

Measures and Meaning

Cornell Chronicle

Written by James Dean

Published June 3, 2021

Milstein Hall, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring work by Nidaa Aboulhosn, Roberto Bertoia, Leslie Lok, Farzin Lotfi-Jam, Erin Miller, Greg Page, Jenny Sabin, Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez, and others

"Past, present and future are contemplated in “Measures and Meaning,” a College of Architecture, Art and Planning (AAP) exhibition featuring work by alumni and faculty from the departments of Architecture and Art, which respectively are celebrating their 150th and 100th anniversaries."

Cornell Daily Sun: SPOTLIGHT

Arts & Culture

Written by Adesuwa Carlton

Published May 12, 2021

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Central Avenue, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring work by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez

"“Es Lo Que Tenemos” was a powerful experience, intertwining social issues like immigration with a reckoning of her cultural identities as a Dominican and German woman."

Uncharted Territory

Group Exhibition

Curated by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez, Cecilia LU, Rose Crawford, Liana Amaya, Noor Shakeel, Angelique Nagovskaya

May 04 – 07, 2021

| 5:00 PM

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Central Avenue, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring work by Liana Amaya, Kyuin Baik, Asha Bell, Vincent Campagna, Steven Cha, Rose Crawford, Liam Fallon, Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez, Mia Hause, Erin Ibo, Haani Jetha, Alexa Kanarowski, Maia Karten, Iris Kazhmurat, Sloan Kiriluk, Cade Ladine, Matéa LeBeau, Seung Hwan Daniel Lee, Cecilia Lu, Conor Martin, Sh'yee Meng, Angelique Nagovskaya, Jonathan Pang, Jason Park, Tricia Park, Lindsey Potoff, Vaidehi Reddy, Noor Shakeel, Maya Srinivasan, Avivi Wang

Uncharted Territory features artwork from ART 3006: Advanced Practice taught by Associate Professor Carl Ostendarp and Assistant Professor Dan Torop, with help from graduate assistant Paloma Vianey (M.F.A. '21)

Potato Séance

Solo Exhibition: with performance by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez and Cecilia Lu under direction of Grace Troxell

Curated by Grace Sachi Troxell

April 20 – 23, 2021

| 5:00 PM

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Central Avenue, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring work by Grace Sachi Troxell

Potato Séance is the thesis exhibition of Grace Sachi Troxell (M.F.A. '21) and includes new sculptures made of steel, clay, vegetables, and other organic matter in various states of growth and decay. Potato Séance has been funded in part by the Cornell Council of the Arts.

Es Lo Que Tenemos

Solo Exhibition

Curated by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez

April 05 – 09, 2021

| 5:00 PM

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Central Avenue, Ithaca, NY, USA

Featuring work by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez

Es Lo Que Tenemos is an exhibition featuring new work by Sabrina Haertig Gonzalez and was funded in part by Cornell Council for the Arts.

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