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Drawings by Sergio Barrale

Sergio Barrale was born 1982 in NYC. He attended Maryland Institute College of Art and graduated in 2004. His large-scale works seek to incite a conversation about past approaches to religion as well as capture an outlook on it today as an ethical code, reformed without emphasis on hierarchy, but alternatively on individual truth and morality. Follow him on Instagram


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