For her new project, Infinite Light: A Photographic Meditation on Tibet, Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Marissa Roth has turned her lens on Tibet, capturing the light, atmosphere and energy that embody this land. The project consists of an exhibition that will be available from November 2014, and an exquisite accompanying book, which will be launched at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles on May 10th 2014. This also happens to be Marissa’s birthday and she will be signing books at the gallery if you would like to drop by and say hello!
Less of a traditional photographic exhibition and more of an installation piece, the flowing images from Infinite Light and the accompanying Tibetan music, combine to create a photographic ‘walking meditation’.
Above, Marissa is pictured with Publisher Ed Marquand, and the dedicated crew at the Marquand Books facility in Tieton, Washington, and below is one of her beautiful books.
Two versions of the book are available: in the Clamshell version, the book is wrapped in a traditional Tibetan cloth made in a Tibetan monastery in southern India. The Clamshell also contains a limited edition, signed and numbered ink-jet print; The second version is the slipcase.