‘Parisian Ecologies’ exhibit demonstrates history through drawings

James Macdevitt, Pomona resident, gazes at Maxime Lalanne’s etching, “Démolitions pour le percement de la Rue des écoles” Wednesday at the Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College. The drawing depicts a solitary building that in it of itself is also a ruin amongst other large pieces of rubble that are laying around. The piece is part of the “Parisian Ecologies” running through June 25. / photo by Nathan Driscoll
James Macdevitt, Pomona resident, gazes at Maxime Lalanne’s etching, “Démolitions pour le percement de la Rue des écoles” Wednesday at the Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College. The drawing depicts a solitary building that in it of itself is also a ruin amongst other large pieces of rubble that are laying around. The piece is part of the “Parisian Ecologies” running through June 25. / photo by Nathan Driscoll
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Nathan Driscoll, a sophomore criminology major and photography minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times.

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