Photographer Susan Meiselas has spent decades making history visible. Meiselas

doesn’t look–she sees–and her photographs remind us of the importance and power of

bearing witness to our world. Documenting strippers in New England carnivals, conflict

in Nicaragua and El Salvador, and the plight of the Kurds in the Middle East, her visually

stunning work has been the subject of exhibitions at the Art Institute of Chicago and the

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

Meiselas has been widely acclaimed for her ethical approach to photographing social

and political turmoil, displaced peoples, and the strength of the human spirit. Meiselas

received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College, New York, and her MA in visual

education from Harvard University.

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