Littoral Drift

My solo show Littoral Drift is currently on view at San Francisco Camerawork. The exhibition is generously supported by the Fleishhacker Foundation.

San Francisco Camerawork
1011 Market St., San Francisco, CA 94103
December 10, 2015-February 3, 2016

Related Press & Events
Please join us at San Francisco Camerawork for a public conversation with Emily Lambert, Associate Director, Fraenkel Gallery, January 19, 6-8pm.

The San Francisco Chronicle featured a two-page spread about my work. Written by Jessica Zack, the article includes images of the exhibition and my process.

Roula Seikaly reviewed my show for KQED.

Charles Desmarais reviewed my show in The San Francisco Chronicle.

Produced in conjunction with the exhibition, the catalog Littoral Drift includes thirty plates, images of my process, and an interview with Allie Haeusslein, Associate Director, Pier 24. The catalog is available for purchase through the gallery or directly through me. meghannriepenhoff@gmail.com. 

 

Photography and the Scientific Spirit

John Michael Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin

October 30-February 21

Photography and the Scientific Spirit, curated by Alison Feris, is currently on view at the John Michael Kohler Art Center. In conjunction with the exhibition, I am currently an Exhibition Artist in Residence. The residency is made possible with generous support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

Cyanotype: Photography’s Blue Period

Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA

January 16-April 24

My work is included in this exhibition, which is the first major U.S. Exhibition examining the rise, fall, and resurgence of the Cyanotype.

Artists include: Anna Atkins, Henry Bosse, Annie Lopez, Hugh Scott-Douglas, Christian Marclay, Arthur Wesley Dow, and more.

 

Salt/Water 

Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA

January 7-April 3

I will be exhibiting work with Kimberly Anderson, Susan Derges, and Daniel Hawkins. The artists featured in Salt/Water use site-specific qualities of water, including the naturally occurring minerals and other idiosyncrasies, to create unique images. These image-artifacts and the artists who created them provide an opportunity, through photography, for contemplation of the durability and fragility of our landscape, and of our connections to it and to one another.

Related Event

Salient, PCNW Benefit Reception

January 21, 5:30-8:30pm

This event will feature food, cocktails, and one-of-a-kind glasses made with salt from Spiral Jetty.