Salon MIT: 9 Works of Art You Need to See on This Campus

Head to the Hub's top tech university for up-close access to major works by contemporary art world masters

Considering its stature as one of the world's foremost science universities, it's a little-known fact that Massachusetts Institute of Technology is also a place of hearty artistic celebration. Go and make a study of 20th and 21st century art and architecture, created by all the masters. Plensa. Stella. LeWitt. Calder. Picasso. Gehry. More than 50 incredible installations are part of MIT's permanent public art collection; these are a mere nine you need to see. (Plus, a handy map to lead the way.)

Leigh Harrington
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Leigh formerly served as the Boston editor for Where and was the br...