Art on campus


Our campus is rich with artistic life and expression. Across LSE you can find a range of art installations, murals, sculptures, paintings and much more. Find out more about the art we have around the school by taking a look at our Art on campus posts on the LSE History blog.

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Spectra by Tod Hanson, located on the outside of St Clement's Building
The World Turned Upside Down by the Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger.
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Final Sale by Recycle Group – made up of the award-winning Russian artists Andrey Blokhin and Georgy Kuznetsov, located in the main entrance to Old Building. 
Penguin by Yolanda Vandegaast located in the John Watkins Plaza. 
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Professor Judith Rees unveils her portrait by Mark Roscoe, now located in the Shaw Library, Old Building.
Series of bas reliefs by ES Frith in 1933 on the outside of the LSE Old Building in Clare Market
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Square the Block by Richard Wilson on the corner of the New Academic Building facing Sardinia Street and Kingsway.
Oil painting by Sir William Nicholson of Sidney and Beatrice Webb in 1928 hanging in the Founders Room of the Shaw Library, LSE Old Building.