The Collection

The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University's collection of 8,500 works represents a wide array of artistic production from the ancient to the present, the world over. Significant holdings include Greek and Roman antiquities; pre-Columbian sculptures and vessels; North American and European sculpture, prints, photography, and paintings; and works in a variety of media from different African, Asian, Latin American, and Islamic cultures. This living collection continues to grow and diversify, with an emphasis on collecting the art of our time.

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