Michelle Caron-Pawlowsky, Lovestuff, 2018–

NOVEMBER 23, 2020


Lovestuff is a series that explores what we choose to keep from past relationships, romantic or otherwise. Subjects are asked to select something they have kept from a past relationship and write a note about what they have chosen, the memory associated with it, or the relationship itself. Through these images, the viewer is offered an intimate look into the subjects’ experiences of love, loss, and healing.

Michelle Caron-Pawlowsky is a Montreal-based photographer and artist. Her work considers representations of healing, sentimentality, and memory. She is currently pursuing a BFA in Photography at Concordia University.

You can find more of Michelle’s work on Instagram or on her website.

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