About Ellen Cantor
Ellen Cantor was born in Chicago, Illinois and lives in Southern California.
She is a member of the Los Angeles Art Association, Gallery 825 and the 2015 recipient of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Fine Art. Her photographs have been exhibited in Europe, Asia and the United States.
Honors include: Critical Mass 200 in 2015 and 2016. In 2016, Ellen received Honorable Mentions in the following exhibits: “Play” at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery,”TPS2,” at the Texas Photographic Society and “Tribe” at the Lightbox Photographic Gallery.
Her work has appeared on these ezines: Lenscratch.com, f-stopmagazine.com, fractionmagazine.com, rfotofolio.com and Silvershotz.
In 2016, she exhibited at the Dina Mitrani Gallery, Cob Gallery’s 10 Castle Street Gallery, UK, The Los Angeles Center of Photography, Texas Photographic Society, Vermont Center for Photography and the Berlin Foto Biennale and USC Hoyt Gallery at USC School of Medicine among others.
In 2017, Ellen had solo exhibitions at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Co, The Spartanburg Museum of Art, Spartanburg, SC, dnj gallery, Los Angeles and the Italian Cultural Exchange between Los Angeles Art Association/Gallery 825 and ART 1307, Cultural Institution, Naples, Italy and The Palos Verdes Malaga Cove Library Gallery. Ellen was also included in many other group shows including the Jerusalem Biennale, South Bay Focus at the Torrance Art Museum and the Open Show 2017 at the Los Angeles Art Association.
In 2018, Ellen will be exhibiting at dnj gallery, Santa Monica, Providence Center for Photographic Arts, Providence, RI, The Loft Gallery, San Pedro, CA.