Shuran Huang 黃舒然 (she/her) is a Cantonese photographer based in Washington, D.C. Through seeing intimate moments, her work focuses on politics, immigration, human rights, diaspora experiences, and interactions in between. Besides English, she...
November 14th, 2020. Washington, DC. A shadow of a supporter of Former President Donald J. Trump posing for photos is pictured during a “March for Trump” rally that echoes the false assertion that the presidential election was marked by fraud in front of the Supreme Court of the United States. One week after President Joe Biden's presidential victory brought about spontaneous celebrations in the nation's capital, a crowd that included the group Women for America First, right-wing activists and conspiracy theorists gathered in Washington, DC, to contest the victory.
December 12th, 2020. Washington, DC. A supporter of Former President Donald J. Trump holds up a cross during the Million MAGA March to protest the outcome of the 2020 presidential election at Freedom Plaza. Thousands of Former President Trump's supporters flock to the nation's capital for a protest in support of the president and his false claims of a stolen election.
(Shuran Huang for Bronx Documentary Center)
"Storming of the Capitol" Exhibition at Bronx Documentary Center
To memorize the first anniversary of January 6 insurrection last year, I am humbled and honored to share that two of my images will be featured as part of Bronx Documentary Center's "Storming of the Capitol" exhibition. Curated by Michael Kamber and Cynthia Rivera, the exhibition is set to run from January 29, 2022 through March, 2022.