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MIT’s public art collection is both extensive and impressive

Sol LeWitt’s “Bars of Color Within Squares’’ at MIT’s Green Center for Physics. Sol LeWitt’s “Bars of Color Within Squares’’ at MIT’s Green Center for Physics. (George Bouret)
By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / September 4, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - The Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus is not what you’d call cozy. Nor is it exactly picturesque. Even on a good day, this city within a city, with its daunting architecture, its dearth of trees, and that disconcerting railway track cutting straight through its heart, can make you feel like you’ve wandered onto a futuristic film set or ... (Full article: 1253 words)

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