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Leo Costelloe at Neven Gallery

Imagine the archetypal wedding vignette, and what is the first thing that comes to mind? The fairytale, with the naïve, usually virginal beauty of a young princess who knows not of her worth and value as an individual, beyond the leverage that traditional good looks might afford, or perhaps it's the soap opera wedding, teeming with tension, uncertainty, betrayals, the air thick with a jilting impending. Maybe you have been to a wonderful wedding recently, which made a point of being different; "we're not like every other couple!", despite the legal receipts begging to differ. Maybe it's the looming statistic of 42% of marriages in the UK ending in divorce. Marriage is something that seems to be rising in popularity amidst the crumbling of most other social conventions; according to the New York Times, 2022 saw the highest number of weddings since 1984 (1). That may have been a slight anomaly, given that we were coming out of two years of lockdowns, but unlike the

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