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Immaculate Deception at Copro Gallery

Artists Ewelina (who we recently interviewed) and Genevive Zacconi have created two separate bodies of work, each with thematically varying subject manner yet both also under the same conceptual banner of 'Immaculate Deception.' The two person show which opens later this month at Copro Gallery explores each artists interpretation of the theme, for Zacconi her Catholic upbringing and religious overtones of martyrdom play deeply in her new work whereas for Ewelina the themes of consumption seem to be where the artist has explored. Get a closer look at the two artists' works after the jump.

Ewelina

Artists Ewelina (who we recently interviewed) and Genevive Zacconi have created two separate bodies of work, each with thematically varying subject manner yet both also under the same conceptual banner of ‘Immaculate Deception.’ The two person show which opens later this month at Copro Gallery explores each artists interpretation of the theme, for Zacconi her Catholic upbringing and religious overtones of martyrdom play deeply in her new work whereas for Ewelina the themes of consumption seem to be where the artist has explored. Get a closer look at the two artists’ works below.

Genevive Zacconi

Ewelina

Zacconi

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Ewelina

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