Urban Transit_7

Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Pearl Paper

Edition: 2/5

13” x 19”

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Marsha Guggenheim’s career started in the nonprofit arena, working in under-served communities. Over time, Guggenheim delved into studying art history with a strong interest in painting, particularly figurative works. Merging her interest in working with people and a love for art and art history were the impetus for her new work, photography. Today, she devotes a majority of time to shooting, editing, and printing her own pictures.

Street photography is the genre where Guggenheim is most energized. With a strong emphasis on color and light, she enters into a stranger’s space, seeking the unexpected. While a nod of approval or a smile from the subject is very gratifying, they are the surprises she finds while editing that bring her the greatest satisfaction.

 Guggenheim’s work is included in private collections and is shown in galleries across the United States.


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