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    Witness to Truth Opening

    Witness to Truth Opening

    Opening night of “Witness to Truth” at the Buy cialis professional online Sylvia Plotkin Judaica Museum in Scottsdale, Arizona. Marissa Roth is seen here with Jan Belin-Krulick, the exhibition’s curator. Marissa speaking to the guests in the small chapel of the synagogue that is part of the museum.   All images © Alain Labbe
    Witness to Reconciliation: Mujeres Mundi

    Witness to Reconciliation: Mujeres Mundi

    We thought we would post an excerpt of Mujeres Mundi’s extensive article with Marissa from a couple of years ago. Thanks so much to Xaviera Medina de Albrand for this (and for sending us the English copy!) “I discovered Marissa through a picture that made me travel back in time. The picture shows two Afghan women wearing...
    Witness to Truth at Sylvia Plotkin Judaica Museum

    Witness to Truth at Sylvia Plotkin Judaica Museum

    Congregation Beth Israel’s Plotkin Judaica Museum is pleased to present “Witness to Truth”, portraits of Holocaust survivors by Marissa Roth, opening on Sunday, January 31st at 2:00 pm. This exhibit, curated by Jan Belin, coincides with International Holocaust Remembrance Day which is observed on January 27th. Please help spread the word about this important event...
    Finding the Light on Broadway

    Finding the Light on Broadway

    Marissa Roth meets Lisa Hayes after seeing Lisa’s play for this first time. Photo Marcin Lipinski, United Solo Theater Festival, NYC, November 1st, 2015 A very special evening was enjoyed by an intimate audience for Lisa Hayes’ one person play, “Finding the Light,” which is based on “One Person Crying” and Marissa’s experiences. The United...
    Finding the Light

    Finding the Light

    In the play “Finding the Light,” Lisa Hayes portrays Marissa Roth, sharing stories of the courage and resilience of ordinary women surviving extraordinary challenges. UPDATE! The next performance will be in Gaithersburg, MD at the Arts Barn on October 22nd, 2015, from 1 – 3 pm. $20. Following Gaithersburg, the play will show in New York City...
    Monica Smith

    Monica Smith

    “Nothing much has changed in the world.” This portrait of Monica Smith, who is Anne Frank’s second cousin, is the viagra without prescription final portrait of my 31-year odyssey that is the global photo essay,”One Person Crying: Women and War.” I had the opportunity to photograph and interview Mrs Smith one day before her 92nd birthday this past...
    International Women’s Day

    International Women’s Day

    In commemoration of International Women’s Day, 2015, I hope that you will be able to join me on March 8th at Venice Arts as they partner with American Jewish World Service, for an in-conversation with their L.A. Executive Director, Allison Lee. This will also be the closing reception for the exhibition.
    Venice Arts Installation Photos

    Venice Arts Installation Photos

    “One Person Crying: Women and War” is on-view at Venice Arts, January 15 – March 12, 2015   Images © Marissa Roth
    Argonaut Online Reviews One Person Crying at Venice Arts

    Argonaut Online Reviews One Person Crying at Venice Arts

    From Michael Aushenker’s review of the exhibition at Venice Arts (on-view through March 12, 2015): “Roth’s stark photos put a face on the fallout, whether it’s My Lai Massacre survivor Pham Thi Thuan or Vietnam War Army nurse Sarah Blum, who incurred Agent Orange-related health problems. There’s a poignant 1999 shot of Kosovar Albanian refugee Sebanate...
    Venice Arts a Success

    Venice Arts a Success

    Here’s Marissa hugging her friend Darilyn Rowan, head of the photo department at El Camino College in Los Angeles. ©  Jill Connelly Venice Arts is currently hosting the traveling exhibition of “One Person Crying” and this past weekend Marissa gave an artist talk at the gallery. A documentary photography workshop follows, on January 24-25, 2015: ”A weekend intensive workshop...
    One Person Crying, at Venice Arts

    One Person Crying, at Venice Arts

    From January 15th to March 12th, 2015, Venice Arts will present “One Person Crying: Women and War.” The exhibition was curated by Howard Spector, Los Angeles, CA, co-director of the South Pasadena Arts Council (SPARC), an NGO consultant, and panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts and the US Dept. of Education. In addition to the exhibition, there will...
    Photographer’s Forum: Chosen by a Project

    Photographer’s Forum: Chosen by a Project

    Bosnia and Herzegovina, May 16, 2009. The Summer 2014 edition of Photographer’s Forum explores the notion of the project choosing the photographer, in an in-depth article about “One Person Crying.” Here’s an excerpt: “Some photographers consciously choose what they want to shoot — landscapes, rodeos, city skylines, the faces of aging — but for a...