Posts Tagged ‘Loli Kantor’
Fort Worth’s Loli Kantor draws inspiration from her long-deceased Jewish parents for a portrait of Eastern Europe.
Photographer Loli Kantor’s works have reached nearly every corner of the globe through notable museums like The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Photography Museum of Lishui, China; and the Lviv National Museum in Ukraine. H...
Back in 2000, when boy bands roamed the earth and people were stocking up on Twinkies in preparation for Y2K, renowned local installation artist and photographer Christopher Blay formed a super friends experimental photography ...
Two Loli Kantor shows remain up till the end of the month: What Once Was a Forest is at Gallery 76102 and There Was a Forest is at Artspace 111. The latter, a solo exhibition, features photographs from the Jewish enclaves of Ea...
Though we featured Artspace 111 here last week, we haven’t talked about any of its openings in a while. On Friday at 6pm, celebrate Loli Kantor’s new show, consisting of photographs depicting the lasting damage from Soviet ...
Don’t know about you folks, but I know where I’ll be at 6 pm tonight – attending the opening reception for Tru-Vue, a bad-ass photo exhibit at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center. I say “bad-ass” with confidence even...