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click to enlarge _Lauren, LA_, Jonathan Hollingsworth, archival pigment print, 2004.
  • _Lauren, LA_, Jonathan Hollingsworth, archival pigment print, 2004.

This month at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, "What We Think Now," a solo exhibition by Sante Fe-based photographer Jonathan Hollingsworth. What started out as an editorial assignment to document public opinion about the US invasion of Iraq turned into a project examining how people are misinformed and generally confused by news and governmental spin on the war. Also at CPW this month, "Photographs by Iraqi Civilians, 2004," a group show by 10 Iraqi civilians who were given cameras by the

Daylight Community Arts Foundation. In conjunction with these programs, a panel discussion will be held on "The New Citizen Photojournalism" on September 8 at 5:30pm, moderated by former Time magazine photo editor Robert Stevens and featuring Chronogram senior editor Lorna Tychostup. Both shows open on Saturday, September 1 and continue through October 21. Center for Photography at Woodstock, 59 Tinker Street, Woodstock. (845) 679-9957;

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