Public Art Tour Bronzed Bodies

June 26, 2016, 2:00PM

20 Ames Street, Bldg. E15
Cambridge, MA 02139

Dive into Public Art this summer at MIT.

Nothing says “summer” like a Bather or a Reclining Figure! Join a lively tour of MIT’s public art collection to discover the different ways in which artists have used bronze sculpture to explore the human figure. What influences have shaped the ways that figures are represented? How is a five thousand-year-old medium still evolving? Join us to find out!

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Summer Art Series
Explore MIT’s public art collection in the (relative) quiet of a summer campus. Take part in three thematic tours that offer unique ways to remix, rethink, and relax. Tours start in the List’s lobby at 20 Ames Street.

For more information, contact:

Allie Cornell
[617] 253-4680

  • Henry Moore, Three-Piece Reclining Figure, Draped, 1976. Bronze. 104.75 in. x 187 in. x 104 in. (266.07 cm x 474.98 cm x 264.16 cm). Gift of the Eugene McDermott Family and Other Friends of MIT.