‘A False Dawn’, an exhibition of works in porcelain sculpture, embroidery and drawing by Ursula Burke, shows at the Centre Culturel Irlandais. Burke’s practice deals with issues of representation and identity, exploring abuses of power in both social and political spheres. She uses the Northern Irish context as a critical point of departure to approach international concerns. Following this, photographer Roseanne Lynch exhibits. Architecturally inspired, Lynch works primarily with a large format camera to produce her sculptural, black and white images.
Ursula Burke: 21 September – 27 October; Roseanne Lynch: 7 November – 20 December

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