Lori Kantor

And If A Voice Was Heard by Amanda Gorence Loli Kantor reminds us of the power of the photograph; the life it breathes, the destruction it stills. Her body of work, And If A Voice Was Heard, is a collection of black and white photographs anchored in history, loss and survival. Balanced with a personal … Continue reading Lori Kantor

Bookshelf

Reviewed by Judith Taylor CRAZY FROM THE HEAT: A Chronicle of Twenty Years in the Big Bend, James H. Evans / University of Texas Press 2011 James Evans considers himself primarily a portrait photographer, and his most recent book is indeed a portrait of place with a “profound understanding of light, the people of the … Continue reading Bookshelf

Fatima Ronquillo

Devotion by Rachel Haggerty Immediately engaging, the work of Fatima Ronquillo reminds us of another time, one that may or may not exist. Painted in a similar manner to that of the European masters and using much of the same language as Early American Colonial art and Latin American art, each piece feels like a … Continue reading Fatima Ronquillo