Gurewitz Couple, Uszhgorod, Ukraine, 2007
In There Was a Forest, Loli Kantor’s palladium prints document the parallel lives and rituals of the disappearing enclaves of Jews in rural Ukraine and the simultaneous, slow reemergence of Jewish culture and identity that is gradually transforming some of the larger communities there today.
Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Kantor showed There Was a Forest as a participant at this year’s Photolucida in Portland, and was also a recipient of the PhotoNOLA Reviewers Prize in December 2010.
What Remains, Bershad, Ukraine, 2007
Alfred and Veronika Shreyer, Drohobych, Ukraine 2007
Untitled, Lublin, Poland, 2007
It is real life and true art. I love these pictures.
Love the feel of these pictures.. very nostalgic
These are beautiful images, Loli. Striking and evocative.
Deep love of human,
Aesthetic sensibility in creation
What a lovely old couple! They look nice in these pictures.. I hope me and my partner will still love till the end of our lives like them..
I love loil’s photo.
Her works is so chic, so elegant.