Sunday, January 11, 2009

We've moved!

This blog is now discontinued on blogger and has been moved to

It's currently the only part of the site that's up and running, but it's a start. The formatting should be finished after tomorrow.

If you have any questions, please email us at Both Shawn and myself will receive a copy of the email and one of us will definitely be able to answer your question. I can be reached individually at

Saturday, January 10, 2009

I still believe in summer days, the seasons always change...

Still working on the website, with Shawn. It will, god willing, consist of a forum, flash gallery blog, dates page, and will include the option of purchasing prints. If you can help out with the flash, please let me know. In the meantime, a heartening video:

Also, please visit Zoriah's blog and read his latest entries on the situation in Gaza.

Video made by Omar Jaber.

Monday, January 5, 2009


The exhibition is pleased to welcome a new contributing photographer, Shawn Duffy. He'll be contributing 12 photos, including the following:


Well, Zoriah's photos are up, captioned and titled, as are mine. Still need to tweak some things in the captions and titles, and revise a few lens vignette issues I'm having with a few of my photos, but other than that, khalas. Ahmad, Ahmed and Mohammed's work will be up some time after January 6th.

Let me know if you have any comments or advice.

A real website is still in the works - I want flash and apparently that's a scandalous fit of ambition. 

Soldier in Al-Funduq

© Lilith Antinori, December 2008. Al-Funduq, The West Bank, Occupied Palestinian Territories.

An Israeli soldier stands by during a prayer vigil on the outskirts of Al-Funduq. All protests and public events have the potential of becoming violent demonstrations, and the army was called out after a week of settler violence to keep the vigil from becoming more violent settler backlash in Al-Funduq. Though the army's concern was clearly for the wellbeing of the settlers, and not the Palestinians nearby, there was no violence that afternoon.

Through The Looking Glass

© Lilith Antinori, October 2008. Nablus, The West Bank, Occupied Palestinian Territories.

A window cracked from gunfire on the walk up to my flat in Nablus.

Omar Abdullat

© Lilith Antinori, September 2008. Ramallah, The West Bank, Occupied Palestinian Territories.

Omar Abdullat, a Jordanian singer, holds up the Palestinian and Jordanian keffiyehs in a display of solidarity and brotherhood while in concert in Ramallah.