MK Guth

Includes several works by 2015 Hallie Ford Fellow MK Guth. Was the accompaniment to the exhibition “when nothing else subsist, smell and taste remain,” organized by Terri M. Hopkins, The Art Gym at Marylhurst University. October - December 2012. Limited availability.
151 pages. ©2012.
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Reader Reviews for this Book


Review posted February 1, 2021


I appreciated this documentation of MK Guth's 2015 exhibition at the former Art Gym at Marylhurst, especially since I hadn't seen the show. And it helped set the stage for a major exhibition she had in 2017 at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette. Curator Terri Hopkin's writing is always very thoughtful.


Review posted October 9, 2020


Most of these books hold exquisite works of fine art. However, this book is not like that. This book consists of photos of installations. This does not convey the experience of these works and for that reason, this book falls flat and is rather disappointing even for those that love art.


Review posted May 22, 2019