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Catching up with Ewelina Ferruso

A few months back we featured the work Ewelina Ferruso here on the Hi-Fructose site with an insightful interview conducted by our very own Nathan Spoor. Since then the artist has been hard at work preparing for upcoming shows at Copro Nason (a joint showing with Genevive Zacconi in 2011) as well as a solo show in her hometown of New York City with Bold Hype in 2012. Ferruso begins her cross country back and forth with a small (literally, these pieces are just 5" x 7") part in the current Gallery 1988: San Francisco group show, alongside Yosuke Ueno and Jeremiah Ketner. Check out a few works from the young artist's latest after the jump.

A few months back we featured the work Ewelina Ferruso here on the Hi-Fructose site with an insightful interview conducted by our very own Nathan Spoor.  Since then the artist has been hard at work preparing for upcoming shows at Copro Nason (a joint showing with Genevive Zacconi in 2011) as well as a solo show in her hometown of New York City with Bold Hype in 2012. Ferruso begins her cross country back and forth with a small (literally, these pieces are just 5″ x 7″) part in the current Gallery 1988: San Francisco group show, alongside Yosuke Ueno and Jeremiah Ketner.

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