Not Natasha is an exhibition that traces the tragically fractured and damaged lives of young girls and women caught up in human trafficking for prostitution within Europe. Dana Popa is a native of Romania, and her focus is on women who originate from the neighbouring Republic of Moldova.

Natasha is the nickname given to prostitutes with Eastern European looks. This exhibition is curated by FOMACS and is on at the Creation Arcade, Duke Street, Dublin 2. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm Sat & Sun 12-5pm. Until 5th August. For more details phone 01 674 0202.