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Faces of War 

click to enlarge PFC Thomas Brinch, age 19;
  • PFC Thomas Brinch, age 19;

This month, Chad Hunt will be exhibiting work at the Kingston Museum of Contemporary Art (KMOCA) from two trips he made to Afghanistan last year as an embedded photographer with the 10th Mountain Division. “Faces of War: Kamdesh and the Korengal Outpost, Afghanistan” is an intimate portrait of the day-to-day life of US soldiers on the front lines.
There will be an opening reception at KMOCA on Saturday, June 2, from 5-7pm. Chad Hunt’s photographs will also be shown as part of the “Photography Now 2007” exhibition, curated by Alison Nordstrom, at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, June 9 through August 18. www.kmoca.org.

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