There Was a Forest: Jewish Life in Eastern Europe Today (signed)

by Loli Kantor


Photographs: Loli Kantor

Text: Anne Helmreich

Publisher: selfpublished

87 pages

Year: 2010

Price: 34

Comments: limited edition of 500; 16 x 21 cm; signed and numbered by author

"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.DDirector, The Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies University of Texas at Austin


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There Was a Forest: Jewish Life in Eastern Europe Today (signed)

by Loli Kantor


Photographs: Loli Kantor

Text: Anne Helmreich

Publisher: selfpublished

87 pages

Year: 2010

Price: 34

Comments: limited edition of 500; 16 x 21 cm; signed and numbered by author

"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.DDirector, The Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies University of Texas at Austin


more books tagged »Israel« | >> see all

more books tagged »American« | >> see all

more books tagged »Jewish« | >> see all

more books tagged »Eastern Europe« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

There Was a Forest: Jewish Life in Eastern Europe Today (signed)

by Loli Kantor


Photographs: Loli Kantor

Text: Anne Helmreich

Publisher: selfpublished

87 pages

Year: 2010

Price: 34

Comments: limited edition of 500; 16 x 21 cm; signed and numbered by author

"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.DDirector, The Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies University of Texas at Austin


more books tagged »Israel« | >> see all

more books tagged »American« | >> see all

more books tagged »Jewish« | >> see all

more books tagged »Eastern Europe« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com