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This audio tour, introduced by curator Beth Citron, features interviews with Shahidul Alam discussing stories from his life and work featured in the Rubin Museum exhibition Shahidul Alam: Truth to Power. 

Stop 1 (5o1): Introduction to Shahidul Alam: Truth to Power


Stop 2 (5o2): A Struggle for Democracy

How Shahidul Alam first became drawn to photography through his participation in leftist social movements, and began to see photojournalism as a form of activism.


Stop 3 (5o3) Rejoicing at Ershad’s Fall

Shahidul Alam describes the events of December 4th, 1990 in Bangladesh, when a mass people’s uprising led to the fall of General Ershad.


Stop 4 (5o4) Photography as Tool: Kalpana’s Warriors

Shahidul Alam describes the power of photography as a storytelling tool by describing the intentionality of his work in his series on Kalpana Chakma, a young woman and activist who was abducted by the police.


Stop 5 (5o5) Institution Builder

Shahidul Alam discusses the importance of training photographers who can represent and depict their cultures from their own perspectives, and his efforts to found institutions that support this work.


Stop 6 (5o6) Brahmaputra Diary

One of Shahidul’s long term projects documents the different countries and cultures along the Brahmaputra river.


Stop 7 (5o7) Keraniganj and Now

On August 5, 2018, Shahidul Alam was arrested for his public support of student protests and spent a year in jail at Keraniganj.

RubinMusuem Shahidul Alam: Truth to Power is supported by Rasika and Girish Reddy, public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, Monika Parekh, and Sonny and Gita Mehta.


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