Stuart Collection

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The Stuart Collection is a collection of public art on the campus of the University of California, San Diego. Founded in 1983, the Stuart Collection's goal is to spread commissioned sculpture throughout the campus, including both traditional sculptures and integration with features of the campus such as landscaping and buildings. It is supported by the UCSD Department of Visual Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, and many other organizations and individuals.


Year Name Artist Location
1983 Sun God Niki de Saint Phalle Muir College near Faculty Club
1983 Two Running Violet V Forms Robert Irwin Eucalyptus grove behind Faculty Club
1984 La Jolla Project Richard Fleischner Revelle College near Theatre District
1986 Trees Terry Allen Eucalyptus grove near Geisel Library
1986 Something Pacific Nam June Paik Communication/Media Center building
1987 UNDA Ian Hamilton Finlay Marshall College north playing field
1988 Vices and Virtues Bruce Nauman Charles Lee Powell Structural Systems Laboratory
1988 La Jolla Vista View William Wegman Theater District
1991 Untitled Michael Asher South of Price Center
1991 Terrace Jackie Ferrara Cellular and Molecular Medicine Facility
1992 Green Table Jenny Holzer Muir College quad
1992 Snake Path Alexis Smith East of Geisel Library
1996 Red Shoe Elizabeth Murray Eucalyptus grove near Torrey Pines Road
1998 Standing Kiki Smith Medical School campus
2001 READ/WRITE/THINK/DREAM John Baldessari Geisel Library
2005 Bear Tim Hawkinson Jacobs School of Engineering
2008 Another Barbara Kruger Price Center East
2012 Fallen Star Do-Ho Suh Jacobs School of Engineering


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Coordinates: 32°52′42″N 117°14′26″W / 32.8784°N 117.2405°W / 32.8784; -117.2405