Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA
January 16-April 24
The New York Times included my work in their article about Cyanotypes: Photography’s Blue Period.
Photograph Magazine reviewed the exhibition.
The Boston Globe reviewed the exhibition.
I’m honored that my work from the exhibition is the cover for the catalog, produced in collaboration with students and faculty at Clark University.
This 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.
•Littoral Drift FotoFest Biennial: Discoveries of the Meeting Place
Memphis College of Art
February 26–March 26
Opening reception March 18, 6–8 pm
I’m fortunate to have a second iteration of my solo show Littoral Drift on view now at the Memphis College of Art.
Fredric Koepel reviewed Littoral Drift for the Commercial Appeal.
“The primary example is the magnificent “Littoral Drift #284,” an expansive square arena of many sheets that seems to embody all the mythos and pathos of the human relationship to the oceans that surround us, as well as being a sort of star map to the nebulae and deep space beyond. The fear of the void is here, as well as the gorgeousness of the exhaustive and visceral experience of nature.” -F.Koepel
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. Strange Fire, a collective dedicated to current social and political forces, featured the catalog interview.
March 12-April 24
2101 Winter Street, Houston, TX
I’m thrilled that Karen Irvine, Associate Director, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, selected my work for the 2016 FotoFest Biennial Discoveries of the Meeting Place exhibition.
The ten exhibiting artists have been selected as a particularly significant “discovery” by one of ten international reviewers chosen by FotoFest from the 160 curators, editors, publishers, gallery owners, and collectors who reviewed artists’ work at the 2014 Biennial Meeting Place.
Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA
January 7-April 3
Sarah Margolis-Pineo reviewed Salt/Water for Daily Serving.
Michael Unchurch reviewed Salt/Water for the Seattle Times.
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.
•A piece from my Littoral Drift series is in Southen Exposure’s exhibition More Than One Way. Juried by Aandrea Stang and Kevin McGarry, the exhibition features work across media that exemplifies Southern Exposure’s commitment to supporting new, innovative, risk-taking contemporary visual art practices.Opening: November 21, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
On View: November 21 – December 13
Southern Exposure, 3030 20th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
•I’m honored that I was selected by Critical Mass as a Top 50 Photographer. This international award is given by a panel of 200 jurors and includes an exhibition at GuatePhoto festival, curated by Center for Creative Photography Curator Rebecca Senf.
•My artist’s book Eluvium is currently on view at the High Museum in Atlanta, GA in The Invented Image exhibition, which runs July 29-late December. The exhibition marks the opening of the Lucinda Weil Bunnen Gallery for Photography, and focuses on experimental photography in the High’s collection.Other artists include Dawoud Bey, Christopher Bucklow, Harry Callahan, David Hockney, Barbara Kasten, Vik Muniz, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and more.
•I’m honored that I’ve been awarded Honorable Mention for the Clarence John Laughlin Award by Del Zogg from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.•I’m so pleased that my series Littoral Drift was selected by Charlotte Cotton as the winning portfolio for Camera Club of New York’s 2014 Annual Juried Exhibition. My work will be exhibited in New York this autumn at Foley Gallery. Exhibition Dates: September 19-October 11, 2014, Foley Gallery, New York, NY
•My work will be in the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art’s 34th Annual Art Exhibition and Auction and was named Curator’s Choice for the Exhibition by Executive Curator Cathy Kimball.Opening Reception: October 3, 6pm-8pmExhibition Dates: September 27 – October 25
•Work from my series Instar was selected by Hesse McGraw, Vice President for Exhibitions and Public Programs. San Francisco Art Institute; Jane Reed, Photographer, Curator, and Documentary Filmmaker; and Judy Walgren, Director of Photography, San Francisco Chronicle for SF Camerawork’s exhibition Up All Night.Exhibition Reception: Thursday, July 10, 6 – 8 PMExhibition Dates: July 9-August 16, 2014, SF Camerawork, San Francisco, California
Exhibition Dates: July 18 – August 30, 2014
Exhibition opens May 16, 6-9pmExhibition Dates: May 16-June 1, 2014
•Work from my new series of cyanotypes, Littoral Drift, is in the exhibition Process at Photo Center NW March 13-June 4 in Seattle, WA. The Seattle Times review of Process features an image of my work.Exhibition opens March 13, 6-8 pmExhibition Dates: March 13-June 4Artists include:
Garth Amundson/Pierre Gour (WA), Matthew Brandt (CA), Scott B. Davis (CA), Phil Chang (CA), Neal Fryett (WA), Sharon Harper (MA), Andrzej Maciejewski, (Canada), Curtis Mann (RI), Chris McCaw (CA), Kendall McMinimy (WI), Laura Plageman (CA), Charlie Rubin (NY), Meghann Riepenhoff (CA) & Brea Souders (NY)*As an extension of the exhibition, I’ll be hosting a workshop on April 19th that is part of the Materials, Process, and the Object in Photography course at Photo Center NW..
•John Chiara, Liam Everett and I are hosting Landscape Alchemy, a project-based workshop at theHeadlands Center for the Arts that explores representation of place at the intersection of image-making and natural phenomena.
June 6-8 in the wilds of the Marin Headlands
•I will be presenting Between Experience and Record at the Society for Photographic Education conference On the Brink: Photography as Witness at Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, October 12 at 2:30 pm.Conference Dates: October 11-13
•Please join me August 22nd for an artist talk about my work currently on view at SFCamerawork’s exhibition Cover to Cover. One book from Relics and the artist’s book Eluvium are presented as part of the Jury’s Selection (Jurors: Julie Casemore, Stephen Wirtz Gallery; Darius Himes, Fraenkel Gallery; and Nion McEvoy, Chronicle Books).Artist Talk August 22, 6-8pmExhibition Dates July 12-August 22
•My work is featured in the Spring 2013 Zyzzyva, a journal featuring west coast writers and artists.
•My work will be in Rayko Photo Center’s exhibition One-of-a-Kind. The exhibition features unique works by Alexandra Bellissimo, Christopher Colville, Klea McKenna, Laura Parker, Diane Pierce, Meghann Riepenhoff, Saul Robbins, Ian Van Coller, and Mimi Youn. Exhibition Dates: July 11 – September 1, 2013, Opening Reception: Thursday, July 11, 6-8pm
•My work will be in the 8th National Exhibition at Axis Gallery, juried by Glen Helfand. Exhibition Dates: August 4-August 25, 2013, Preview Reception August 8, 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Second Saturday Reception August 10, 6:00- 9:00 pm
•Come visit my studio at the Headlands Center for the Arts Open House on July 21 from 12-3. Building 960.
•The limited edition artist’s book Eluvium now part of the collection at the HIGH Museum of Art in Atlanta, GA. The book is a hand-bound accordion book, in an edition of 12, and is housed in a custom box by Super Classy Publishing.
•The artist’s book Eluvium was featured by Super Classy Publishing at the Codex Book Fair, 2013. The book is an edition of twelve hand-bound accordion book in a custom box.
•View Riepenhoff’s solo show at the University of Missouri Craft Studio Gallery 10/23/12-11/1/12.
•Come out 10/28/12 for the Headlands Center for the Arts Open House. Visit Building 960 to view Riepenhoff’s work.
•Support Root Division at the annual auction 10/25/12 at 7:30 pm. Riepenhoff will have one piece up for auction.
•The series Instar was reviewed in Phaidon News.
•See Riepenhoff’s piece online through BOMB Magazine’s Wordchoice (December, 2011) paired with poems of Andrew Zawacki.
•Harper’s Magazine December issue features Collision from the Instar series in conjunction with the opening article by Alan Lightman, highlighting new thinking in physics.
•Featured in October 2011 B&W and Color Magazine, the article, “San Francisco Bay: Four Photographers” was written by David Best and highlights the work of Riepenhoff, Todd Hido, Doug Rickard, and Janet Delaney.
•Featured artist in the online publication In The Make, published by artist Klea McKenna and writer Nikki Grattan.
•Please come support Bay Area Artists for Japan on April 28 from 5-8pm. The show is at Mina Dresden Gallery in San Francisco and all proceeds from sales go to the Japanese Red Cross Relief Fund.
•I will have a piece in Southern Exposure’s Annual Art Auction–come out on May 7, buy some work, and support one of the Bay Area’s finest arts organizations.
•Work from Darkmatter will be on view in April-May at Regina Rex in New York as part of an exhibition curated by New York artist Theresa Ganz.