Belfast Exposed presents works by MFA Photography graduates of the Belfast School of Art. The group exhibition, titled ‘Post Truth’, can be viewed from 29 May to 7 June 2019. The group showcase ‘Post Truth’, initiated by the photography organisation Belfast Exposed, will be on display as part of this year’s Belfast Photo Festival from 6 to 30 June. ‘Post Truth’ comprises works by international, national and local artists who have completed the 2019 MFA Photography programme at the Ulster University – Belfast School of Art. A total of 19 artists will present their perspectives on themes such as separation, mortality, nature and spirituality amidst the social and political divisions of the post-truth era.
The represented artists are Abbey Bratcher, Anson Yip, Beatriz del Villar, Bryan James Brophy, Elisa Valandro, Gaia Giani, George Robb, George Voronov, Jake Lange, Joanne Davison, John Black, Julie-Ann Hayes, Katherine Lockett-Clark, Mark Templeton, Niamh Smith, Nigel Swann, Olga Berdnikova McGeough, Sean Jackson, and Shane Hynan.
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