Exhibitions
One Person Crying Installation

One Person Crying Installation

The exhibition opened at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles on August 16th,
Museum of Tolerance: Exhibition Extended!

Museum of Tolerance: Exhibition Extended!

Peshawar, Pakistan, September 1988. I am pleased to announce the opening of the first major exhibition of this project, on August 16th, 2012, at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles. It runs through October 18th January 11th 2013 and includes panels of transcribed interviews with some of the women alongside 88 photographs.
Museum of Tolerance: One Person Crying

Museum of Tolerance: One Person Crying

Announcing the opening of the exhibition at the Museum of Tolerance, August 16th, 2012. The exhibition of more than 80 prints 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....
Museum of Tolerance: Holocaust Survivors

Museum of Tolerance: Holocaust Survivors

In 2005, Liebe Geft and Elana Samuels approached Marissa about creating a portrait series of the Holocaust survivors associated with the Museum of Tolerance. Many of the survivors speak to school children in weekly ‘living history’ presentations, recounting over and over again their experiences during the Holocaust. Others volunteer their time tirelessly working in the...
Creative Visions Exhibition

Creative Visions Exhibition

A photographic exhibition by Creative Activist Marissa Roth featured at the Dan Eldon Gallery for Emerging Artists.