Shahidul Alam interviewed on Radio Australia

Shahidul Alam interviewed on Radio Australia

It’s a photographic exhibition that’s being described as “a quiet metaphor for the screaming truth.”

From early days, the force became notorious for the number of people killed, allegedly during gun battles, because they had been caught in the ‘crossfire’.

To draw attention to these killings, photographer Shahidul Alam created a project callled ‘Crossfire’ which has shown amidst?controversy?in Bangladesh. The show later went to Queen’s Museum in New York and now comes to Australia.

Presenter: Liam Cochrane

Speakers: Shahidul Alam, award-winning photographer and human rights activist.

Exhibitions in Powerhouse Museum Brisbane: Bangladesh 1971 and?Crossfire

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