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American Portrait Project 


Left to right from top: Sandrine (New York), Rob (California), Robert (NY), Ian (CA), Petra (NY), Teri (CA), Brooke (NY), Maryam (CA), Kiersten (NY). Photos from “American Portrait Project,” Deborah DeGraffenreid, 2006.

“American Portrait Project,” Deborah DeGraffenreid’s examination of the nation’s polyglot face, will be exhibited at KMOCA (Kingston Museum of Contemporary Art), 105 Abeel Street, Kingston, from September 1 through September 29. Opening reception: Saturday, September 1, 5-7pm. www.kmoca.org; www.deborahdegraffenreid.com.

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