Explore UChicago’s Collection of Public Art
UChicago’s Public Art collection represents a range of artists, styles, and scale, from the traditional to the unusual to the monumental. Visitors are invited to wander past a pair of Chinese stone guardian lions, ponder Concrete Traffic, a 1957 Cadillac DeVille encased in concrete, or circle a six-thousand-pound kinetic sculpture by Arnaldo Pomodoro. Everyone is welcome—students, faculty, staff, neighbors, and visitors from Chicago and beyond.
Browse the collection below and learn more about the works of art, artists, and how they relate to the University’s history.