Untitled 9, 65 MPH

Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper

Edition: 2/10


20″ x 26″

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65 MPH is a series of pictures Marsha Guggenheim took as a passenger while traveling through the San Joaquin Valley. Growing up in this valley and revisiting these roads with their varied terrain and changing climate, brought back memories of her childhood. At eight years old, as a passenger in her father’s 1950’s station wagon, the car seemed to be speeding at 100 mph! Although she was barely tall enough to see out the window, Marsha will always remember the landscape—a magnificent, colorful blur, never to be forgotten.



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