There Was a Forest:
Jewish Life in Eastern Europe Today, 2005-2008

Limited-Edition Artist's Book
by Loli Kantor

"Memory and hope are visible in the moving and surprising scenes of daily life among the revived Jewish communities of Poland and Ukraine. The palladium prints echo the indelible images of Roman Vishniac and others whose recording of the shtetl and its inhabitants in the 1930s proved to be the final snapshots of a doomed life."   

Robert Abzug, Ph.D
The Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies 
University of Texas at Austin

Essay by Anne Helmreich, Ph.D., Director, Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities and Assiociate Professor of Art History, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.

Hardcover, 16x21 cm, 87 pages with 49 plate
Limited Edition of 500
Numbered and signed by the artist

Printed in conjunction with the exhibition There was a Forest,  L. Nowlin Gallery, Austin, Texas, January 3 to February 27, 2010, and in collaboration with The Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. 

Self Published, 2009 
Concept ::  Loli Kantor and Danna Heller 
Photo edit :: Loli Kantor and Danna Heller 
2010 Loli Kantor. All Rights Reserved