Ylaine L. Gerardin ‘10 discusses the merits of AA Bronson’s silk screen Coeur Volant, one of more than 400 framed original works of art available for loan through the List Visual Arts Center’s annual lottery for students. Gerardin ended up winning the right to hang a Karl Gerstner print in her dorm room for the year.
Credit: Aditi Verma ‘12/the Tech
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