Roth has looked at the world as if women mattered. Across all the boundaries
of geography and language, there is a common world of women.
women have been, Joan Roth has been there, camera in hand,
is trying to preserve history at the same time as she creates it. . .
the faces that look out from her photos are not bland stares or pretty
smiles from fashion magazines, but are candid and intense expressions
of women true to the deeper meanings of femininity than Cindy Crawford."
has the gift of seeing the significant moment, the meaningful gesture,
the fleeting look, which conveys an in-depth character, a lifetime of
experience, an entire culture. Photographs of women are her speciality.
Here she gives full vent to her fellow feeling, her empathy, her understanding
-- of different cultures, lifestyles, societies and generations -- yet
always with a profound undercurrent of the archetypal, the 'eternal' feminine."
camera has helped us to understand. . . to see in the most moving way.
. . that while we're helping millions of our people, as we're saving hundreds
of thousands of Jews, we're also reaching out to individuals, to single
souls one at a time! Through Joan Roth's moving sensitive eye, you'll
meet some of them in an unforgetable tribute to Jewish women."