Photographs by Leonard Nimoy
Essay by Donald Kuspit
"The tensions of Nimoy’s delicate yet dramatic balance between radiant clarity and ominous obscurity in his photographs suggest the moment of gnostic illumination in the midst of spiritual darkness - the proverbial moment of saving grace."
"I have long admired Leonard Nimoy’s bewitching photographs. Now, with the publication of Shekhina, I understand the importance of his urgent and paradoxical quest to make the invisible visible. He has revealed the feminine aspect of spirituality in all its complex beauty."
-Eric Jong, Author, What Do Women Want