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    Interview with La Repubblica

    Interview with La Repubblica

      In an interview with Eva Grippa at  La Repubblica Marissa Roth discusses her long-term photographic project, Women and War, and its inception.
    Presidents of France and Germany meet in Oradour

    Presidents of France and Germany meet in Oradour

    François Hollande and Joachim Gauck, as seen on TV, with Marissa’s photograph of Setsuko Iwamoto on a banner in the background. The Presidents of France and Germany met in Oradour on September 5th, 2013, to commemorate 70 years since the local massacre. Part of the reception was held at Centre de la mémoire, the venue...
    Exhibition Review: L’Echo

    Exhibition Review: L’Echo

    A review in L’Echo about the exhibition in Oradour. View the PDF.
    Exhibition Review: Le Populaire

    Exhibition Review: Le Populaire

      From a review of the opening night. “…at the Centre of the Oradour-sur-Glane memory, the exhibition “One Person Crying: Women and War” place in the light of the objective of Marissa Roth women whose destinies (were) marked by conflict world for sixty years.” Read more.
    Info Magazine Interview

    Info Magazine Interview

    Info Magazine interviews Marissa about the 90 photographs that make up the exhibition “One Person Crying: Women and War,” on now through April 2014 in Oradour-sur-Glane. Info: Why did you choose this theme? Marissa Roth: A combination of factors motivated this work, first my parents are refugees from the Holocaust, a part of my family...
    Opening Night in Oradour

    Opening Night in Oradour

    June 21st, 2013, marked the opening of the “One Person Crying: Women and War” exhibition, in Oradour, France. The exhibition runs from June 22, 2013 – April 30, 2014 at Centre de la Mémoire, Oradour, France. Marissa at the opening on Friday night, June 21st, with Robert Hébras, one of the five survivors of the...
    Lecture at the Annenberg

    Lecture at the Annenberg

    On March 28th, 2013, Marissa Roth and Sara Terry presented “War: Witnesses to Aftermath” as part of the IRIS Nights Lecture Series, at the Annenberg Space for Photography. The lecture is now available to watch online. Hear Marissa talk about her experiences photographing women in post-conflict areas during the last 28 years.
    One Person Crying Exhibition Opening in Oradour

    One Person Crying Exhibition Opening in Oradour

    Dear friends and colleagues, I’m very pleased to announce the opening of “One Person Crying: Women and War”, in Oradour, France. Oradour-sur-Glane was the site of a terrible massacre on June 10, 1944. 642 men, women and children were killed and the town set ablaze afterwards. Then French president Charles de Gaulle ordered that the...
    Rubble with a Bicycle

    Rubble with a Bicycle

    Oradour-sur-Glane, France, February 2013. After the massacre of most of the townspeople of Oradour-sur-Glane, the village was set on fire, reducing buildings to hollow shells and rubble.
    Tabernacle in the Church Where the Women and Children Died

    Tabernacle in the Church Where the Women and Children Died

    Oradour-sur-Glane, France, February 2013. On June 10, 1944, 452 women and children perished in the Oradour Church during the massacre and fire. Other than the stone floor and walls, very few artifacts from inside of the church survived.
    Window Amidst the Ruins

    Window Amidst the Ruins

    Oradour-sur-Glane, France, February 2013.
    A Town Without People

    A Town Without People

    Oradour-sur-Glane, France, February 2013.