Due to the success of Erin's first solo show at The Bad Art Gallery in 2008 the Bad Art Gallery are presenting Suburbia, her second solo show there. This innovative exhibition is a portrait of the Dublin suburbs where Erin grew up from the 60s to the early 80s. It is the Dublin that Erin is familiar with, the background to all her growing-up experiences. Erin de Burca left Ireland in 1982. She taught in Harare and Madrid before settling in Calpe, Alicante, where she now lives and works. Hailing from a family with a strong tradition in the Irish arts - amongst them familiar names such as Brendan Behan and Peader Kearney, author of our national anthem; - it is not surprising that Erin should draw inspiration from her native city. Erin's work can be seen in many public and private collections throughout Ireland, UK and Spain.