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The 1995 movie Seven sparked a sinful renaissance that's still going strong today. Pride is huge (thanks, Kanye), so is gluttony (hiya, Tony Soprano) — and anger never goes out of style (Russell Crowe, holla!). Convivium33 Gallery pays tribute to sloth, lust, avarice, et al. in The Seven Deadly Sins. Its seven artists contribute paintings, drawings, and sculptures based on their favorite sins. But don't expect typical translations, à la Seven. The local artists interpret peccadillos as they see them — because not everyone considers Gwyneth Paltrow's head in a box the embodiment of envy.
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