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    Keli Katy Grannan Chromogenic print, 2007 Collection of the artist, courtesy Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York City; Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco; Salon 94, New York City© Katy Grannan

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    Katy Grannan, Chromogenic print, 2007 "This photograph was part of Sara Corbett’s New York Times Magazine article “The Women’s War,” which described the impact of post-traumatic stress disorder on the lives of Iraq War veterans. All of these subjects faced serious challenges in connecting to the ordinary lives that the photographs so poignantly evoke."

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