It turns out the Harvard Business School is filled with Contemporary art donated by an alum. (To view all of the works, you can see the archive here.)
The HBS school newspaper is taking a look at the 195-piece collection:
Alumnus Gerald Schwartz (MBA 1970), founder and CEO of Onex Corporation, believes the presence of provocative art promotes creative thinking, remembering that “artistic presence was the only thing missing at HBS when I went there. I wanted to change that.” In 1998, Gerry Schwartz and a team from HBS together began purchasing contemporary art for the HBS buildings most frequented by students. The collection has grown to include 195 important contemporary works by artists from Israel to Ghana, ranging in medium from traditional oil painting to photography to collage.