Honored with the ICP Infinity Award for Young Photographer 2013, Kitra Cahana makes poignant photographs of relationships that are personal and intertwined with her own nomadic history.
“Oh my wife. I belong to you. I see the skin fold hurry under your eyelids. I want to be your sleep. I walk along your long grace. Your bones are hard to everyone’s stance but not to my fingers’ touch. There are tender demands when you open your lips, your tongue, your teeth. Your teeth are teaching my empty throat. Am I only just now breathing? G-d has given me this. We are face, two legs, alike. We have no weight. Wherever we are, the world is turning. This is nonesuch time.” —Rabbi Cahana
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