Art & Artists Secondary navigation Public Art Collection Exhibiting Artist Index Student Lending Art Collection Publications Videos Public Art Collection Prev Next Beverly Pepper Trinity, 1971 Jeffrey Gibson I DON'T WANT TO SEE MYSELF WITHOUT YOU, 2020 Olafur Eliasson Northwest Passage, 2018 Alexander Calder La Grande Voile [The Big Sail], 1965 Agnieszka Kurant The End of Signature, 2021 Alicja Kwade Against the Run, 2019 Exhibiting Artist Index Explore all of the artists that have participated in solo or group exhibitions since 1985. Student Lending Art Collection Prev Next Jeremy Deller & Fraser Muggeridge We the People, 2020 Kelly Nipper with Geoff Kaplan 1 costume [mask 3] 2 wood, stain, left eye 11 graphite lines for lashes, right eye 11 graphite lines for lashes, 2020-2021 Shikeith Untitled (Black Man), 2013 Odili Donald Odita Flower, 2020 Stephen Antonakos F#9, 1980 The Student Lending Art Program is a unique, popular MIT tradition that allows MIT students to borrow original works of art from the MIT List Visual Arts Center. Video Gallery Prev Next Raymond Boisjoly: The Explanatory Void Matthew Angelo Harrison: Robota Artist Talk: Raymond Boisjoly Leslie Thornton: Begin Again, Again Sreshta Rit Premnath: Grave/Grove Artist Talk: Sreshta Rit Premnath Virtual Talk: Fictions, Realism, and the Motion Picture Industry Artist Talk: Leslie Thornton at MIT List Visual Arts Center October 2021 List Projects 23: Andrew Norman Wilson Publications The MIT List Visual Arts Center is deeply invested in furthering scholarship on contemporary art and artists and publishes catalogues in conjunction with our exhibitions. Past Exhibitions Leslie Thornton, Peggy & Fred in Hell: Folding, 1983–2015. 16mm film and video transferred to HD video, black and white, color, sound, 95 min. Installation view: Leslie Thornton: Begin Again, Again at MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, 2021. Photo by Julia Featheringill. Tala Madani, The Dance, 2015. Oil on linen, 16 x 23 x 1 ⅛ in. Collection of Laurie Mitchell and Brent Woods Yoko Ono and John Lennon, WAR IS OVER! IF YOU WANT IT, 1969. Billboard installed in Times Square, New York. Photo courtesy of Lenono Photo Archive, New York.