From Michael Aushenker’s review of the exhibition at Venice Arts: “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 Berisha, who lost all of her children in a bombing raid, with a boy at a Tirana refugee center. There are also powerful images of Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Iwamoto; Alice McNally, a Catholic mother caught in the Northern Ireland conflict; and Auschwitz survivor Cathy Weiss, who once faced the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele.”

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