Kantorovich recently completed her Masters in Studio Art from Florida International University (FIU) while actively showcasing her work on multiple international platforms such as the 2017 XI International Biennial of Contemporary art in Florence, Italy, and the 2017 MFA National Competition in New York. Some of her more recent exhibitions include the 2019 MFA exhibition at the Frost Art Museum and the International Art Contest in Rome, Italy. She was awarded an Honorable Mention for the XIX Bienal Rufino Tamayo in Mexico and her work will be featured at the Museo Rufino Tamayo in Mexico City and the MACO Museum of Arte Contemporaneo in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Kantorovich’s unique approach to art accepts and honors the beauty of the cycle of life, one that focuses on the possibility that our existence extends far beyond the physical body, transcending materiality. It accepts the natural process of change and evolution, relishes in the imperfect and incomplete state of matter, and invites us to appreciate the stillness behind apparent chaos.