Born in Atlanta, GA, Meghann Riepenhoff is an artist living in San Francisco. Her work is primarily large-scale chromogenic photograms, compositions constructed in total darkness. She has been published in Harper’s Magazine, BOMB Magazine Word Choice, B&W and Color, and Zyzzyva. A collaborative project with Riepenhoff, McNair Evans, Lucas Foglia, Jason Fulford, Richard Misrach, and Nigel Poor was the centerfold of Aperture’s Photobook Review in Summer 2013. Her exhibition record includes solo shows at El Museo de la Ciudad (Queretaro, Mexico), Duncan Miller Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), and the University of Missouri. Group exhibitions include the Atlanta Photography Group Gallery, Regina Rex (New York, NY), The McLoughlin Gallery (San Francisco, CA), the Royal Nonesuch Gallery (Oakland, CA), Photo Center NW (Seattle, WA), and the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. Riepenhoff is currently an Affiliate Artist at the Headlands Center for the Arts (Marin, CA) and has been an artist in residence at the Rayko Photo Center (San Francisco, CA) and the Banff Centre for the Arts (Alberta, CA), where she received the Darwall Scholarship. Her work is in the collection of the HIGH Museum of Art (Atlanta, GA) and Cavallo Point (Sausalito, CA), as well as numerous private collections. She has lectured at Brown University (Providence, RI), the San Francisco Photo Alliance, the Society for Photographic Education West Conference, the Headlands Center for Research (Sausalito, CA), the University of Art and Design (Queretaro, Mexico), and has hosted workshops on the value of photography for at-risk youth. Riepenhoff earned her BFA in Photography from the University of Georgia. She earned her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, where she is now visiting faculty.