Organized by and first shown as a special section of the exhibition "Faint Light, Dark Shadows" at Taipei Fine Arts Museum from March to June, featuring photographs of major political and social movements in Taiwan from 1886 to 1990. This exhibition ponders some of the issues that arose with the lifting of martial law, such as human rights, farmers and workers movements, and environmental protection, as documented through the lens of several of Taiwan's most representative photojournalists. 

Taiwan Cultural Center             1 East 42nd Street (7th Fl.)             www.tpecc.org