SEAL The Unspoken Sacrifice offers a rare glimpse into the post 9-11 world of Navy SEALs and a culture most people have never experienced nor fully understood. SEAL The Unspoken Sacrifice displays, for the first time in a museum setting, not only the brave work Navy SEALs do, but the lives of men who choose this line of work and the impact that choice has on their wives, children and loved ones.
The exhibition displays the work of documentary photographer Stephanie Freid-Perenchio, the first woman and civilian to be granted nearly unfettered access to the professional and personal lives of Navy SEALs abroad and at military facilities in the United States. The exhibit is accentuated by Navy SEAL artifacts on loan from the Navy SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce, Florida, a tribute wall to SEALs who lost their lives in action or in training since 9/11, and a display of items from the Museum & Library’s rare book collection.
PdM will have an exclusive insight into the dynamic world of Navy SEALs through this momentous exhibition.
WHERE: Pritzker Military Museum & Library
104 S. Michigan Ave.
WHEN: May 15, 2014 through December 2014
Hours: Tuesday – Thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed Sunday and Monday