Ansel Adams In Our Time
De Young Museum
San Francisco, CA
Exhibition: April 8-July 23
Panel + Book Signing: April 8, 1pm

In conjunction with the of the opening of this exhibition, please join me for a panel with Binh Danh, Lucas Foglia, and exhibition curator Karen Haas on April 8 at 1pm. There will be a book signing following the talk, where all three artists will have recent monographs. I will be signing copies of Ice (published by Radius Books and Yossi Milo Gallery), in which details of my Iceimages are accompanied by Seven Sentences on the Fluid and the Frozen, an essay by Rebecca Solnit.

Haines Gallery
San Francisco, CA
April 7 – May 25
Opening Reception: April 7, 5-7pm

Elemental, a group show at Haines Gallery (San Francisco) coincides with the aforementioned traveling exhibition Ansel Adams in Our Time at the De Young Museum. In their use of both newly invented and antiquated processes, each exhibiting artist embraces the forces of nature to create their work: sun and light, as all photography does, but also water, weather, temperature, and the spin of the earth. I’m thrilled to show with John Chiara, Binh Danh, and Chris McCaw and hope you’ll join us at the opening on April 7th! 

Sightlines: Photographs from the Collection
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
August 6, 2022-May 7, 2023

Sightlines: Photographs from the Collection features my large-scale cyanotype made by ocean waves crashing onto paper treated with photographic chemistry. This piece was the first work I made at this scale and it is a dream to have it exhibited in San Francisco.

Artist Talk
Photographic Center NW
Seattle, WA
April 29, 6pm

Please join me for this free event at PCNW, where I’ll talk about my practice over the last couple decades.

If you’re interested in studying with me, I am leading a workshop before the talk that will focus on creative work fueled by connection with, and inspiration from the environment. I will introduce participants to contemporary work that engages environmental/climate-based themes and will guide an exercise that hones attention to the surrounding environment before critiquing participants’ work. 

Yossi Milo Gallery at the Dallas Art Fair 
Dallas, TX
April 20 – 23

Yossi Milo is excited to participate in the upcoming Dallas Art Fair. The gallery’s debut presentation at the fair will include new works by Matthew Brandt, Sarah Anne Johnson, Kathrin Linkersdorff and Meghann Riepenhoff.

From Here to the Horizon: Photographs in Honor of Barry Lopez
Sheldon Museum of Art
Lincoln, NE
January 27, 2023 – December 21, 2023

This exhibition celebrates the unprecedented gift of more than ninety works donated by fifty American photographers to honor the writer Barry Lopez, who died in 2020 at age seventy-five. For more than five decades, Lopez wrote about the landscape in lyrical prose that offered a vivid and passionate account of humankind’s relationship with the natural world. From Here to the Horizon is accompanied by a fully illustrated exhibition catalogue, with contributions from Debra Gwartney, Robert Macfarlane, and Toby Jurovics.

Wild Visions: Wilderness as Image and Idea
by Ben A Minteer, Mark Klett and Stephen J. Pyne
Foreword by Roderick Frazier Nash
Yale University Press

I’m happy to have work from Littoral Drift in Wild Visions, a book distinctive in its union of landscape photography and environmental thought, a merging of short, thematic essays with a striking visual narrative. Often, the wild is viewed in binary terms: either revered as sacred and ecologically pure or dismissed as spoiled by human activities. This book portrays wilderness instead as an evolving gamut of understandings, a collage of views and ideas that is still in process.

Sasha Wolf interviewed me for Photo Work, where we talked about Ice and my work leading up to it. Have a listen if you’d like to learn more about what I do! 


My solo exhibition Ice runs September 10 through October 22 at Yossi Milo Gallery, NY, NY.

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art will exhibit a large grid from my Littoral Drift series in Sightlines: Photographs from the Collection. The exhibition runs August 6, 2022 through May 7, 2023.

Watershed/Wayekwaajiwan runs June 4 through October 23 at the University of Michigan Museum of Art. I’m thrilled to exhibit a newly commissioned work, made in the waters most impacted by the production of photographic materials by Kodak.  

My second monograph Ice is available for purchase. It will arrive in the US in  fall 2022 and is published by Radius Books + Yossi Milo Gallery and includes an essay by Rebecca Solnit.


Hardcover / 11.5 x 13.25 inches
120 Pages / 64 Images

I am thrilled about my forthcoming monograph published by Radius Books with text by Rebecca Solnit. Preorder is available now and the book will arrive in the US in early 2022.

International Center for Photography and Aperture Fund Book event for Richard Misrach’s On Landscape and Meaning

Online, March 16, 6-7pm EST

I’m so honored to be part of this talk with Richard Misrach, David Campany, and Lucas Foglia.

Underexposed: Women Photographers from the Collection 
High Museum of Art
Atlanta, GA 
April 17-August 1

Panel with Joni Sternbach, Myra Green, Maria Kelly and Meghann Riepenhoff
May 13, 6pm EST

For nearly all of photography’s one hundred eighty-year history, women have shaped the development of the art form and experimented with every aspect of the medium. Conceived in conjunction with the centennial of the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, which granted suffrage for some women, this exhibition showcases more than one hundred photographs from the High’s collection, many of them never before on view, and charts the medium’s history from the dawn of the modern period to the present through the work of women photographers. I’m very excited to be on a panel on May 13th with Myra Green, Joni Sternbach, and Maria Kelly, and to be included in the exhibition with artists like Zanele Muholi, Cindy Sherman, Mickalene Thomas, Anna Atkins, Berenice Abbott, and Carrie Mae Weems.

Ansel Adams in Our Time
Portland Museum of Art, Portland, OR May 5-August 1

This exhibition, organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, is slated to travel to several museums in the US in 2021.


Ansel Adams in Our Time
Crystal Bridges Museum 
Bentonville, AR
September 19, 2020 – January 3, 2021
Virtual Opening Celebration Video

I’m thrilled to be part of this exhibition, organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and slated to travel to several museums in the US in 2021.

Lora Reynolds Gallery
Austin, TX
November 14-January 16, 2021

I’m grateful for those mounting exhibitions during these trying times, and thrilled to have a solo show in TX! 

The Photograph As Contemporary Art 
Charlotte Cotton
Thames & Hudson

In the twenty-first century, photography has come of age as a contemporary art form. Almost two centuries after photographic technology was  first invented, the art world has fully embraced it as a legitimate medium, equal in status to painting and sculpture. The Photograph as Contemporary Art introduces the extraordinary range of contemporary art photography, from portraits of intimate life to highly staged directorial spectacles. I am so honored to be in the 4th edition of this paramount text. 

Lay of the Land – Women in Photography

Informality Gallery October 15-Nov 24
Henley-on-Thames, UK

Informality Gallery and co-curator and artist Virginia Woods-Jack considered the idea of “Mother Nature”, a personification that asserts the power of women and the natural world; the exhibition features twelve women artists who have used photo-media to consider the environment. 

Yoffy Press
Available for preorder now

Element features Matthew Brandt, Chris McCaw and Meghann Riepenhoff. Allowing natural elements to inform and influence the image, these artists move beyond the camera to explore the relationship between the image and the environment. In response to our work, Jon Mooallem writes, “We are living in a moment when the kind of rigid and meticulous order-making that I’ve always fallen back on has started to feel quixotic and futile, or even destructive sometimes—when it seems necessary to pick apart the rules and conventions we take for granted and evaluate which ones are elemental and which are merely habit. I’ll be here: listening and thinking through all of it, shaking my fist, relearning how to speak.”

Photography to the Test of Abstraction
On View at Three Venues in France
September 12 – December 6, 2020

I will have work on view in Photography to the Test of Abstraction, presented from September 12 – December 6, 2020 at three simultaneous venues across France: FRAC Normandie Rouen, in Rouen; Micro-Onde, Centre d’art contemporain de l’Onde, in Vélizy-Villacoublay; and Centre Photographie D’Île-De-France, in Pontault-Combault. This comprehensive survey exhibition catalogs the diversity of approaches found in contemporary non-figurative photography.

The Climate Emergency in 50 Rounds
Fotobokfestival Oslo
Oslo, Norway
September 10 – 20

The Climate Emergency in 50 Rounds, curated by artist Ethan Rafal, is the main exhibition at Fotobokfestival Oslo 2020. The exhibition contains works made by 50 photo book artists and artist collectives whose work urgently responds to the climate crisis. 

My monograph Littoral Drift + Ecotone will be on view alongside a Chronograph, an exhibition-specific accordion book with one page for each day of the festival, ten in total. Each day, staff will turn the book to a new page, which commences exposure to sunlight and the elements. The book will be cumulative record of weather, light, and time.

Image + Object
New Museum
Los Gatos, CA
July 10 – November 29
Meghann Riepenhoff in Conversation with Allison Ralio
November 12, 5-6pm

Curated by Allison Ralio, Image + Object is an exhibition that explores alternative process photography through the unique photographic works of four Bay Area contemporary photographers, each of whom challenges our notions of photography as reflection, documentation and separation. I’m exhibiting a Tidal Chart, which changes each day of the exhibition in response to the high and low tides of Half Moon Bay, CA.

Keeper of the Hearth
Houston Center for Photography
Houston, TX
September 10 – January 10, 2021

Odette England put together a compelling response to Roland Barthes’ Camera Lucida, arguably one of the most influential books about photography, consisting of a book and an exhibition. I’m happy to have my work included in the project. My contribution, For Anna Vol I is a fugitive lumigram that I began exposing on Atkin’s birthday in 2015. 

David Campany, Jess T. Dugan, Kris Graves, and Sarah Meister were panelists for the virtual opening, and the book includes essays by Douglas Nickel, Andrea V. Rosenthal Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Brown University; Lucy Gallun, Associate Curator, Department of Photography, the Museum of Modern Art; and Phillip Prodger, Senior Research Scholar, Yale Center for British Art. Foreword by Charlotte Cotton, independent curator and writer.


Paris Photo Exhibitions and Events, November 7-10, 2019

Yossi Milo Gallery and Jackson Fine Art will be exhibiting work from Littoral Drift and Ecotone.

•Radius Books will host a signing of my book Littoral Drift + Ecotone Book on November 8, 4pm. The book is now considered rare, based on the limited number of available copies.

•I will present a Chronograph as part of Paris Photo’s lecture series, in an experimental round table organized by Samuel Bianchini and Emanuele Quinz. November 10, 4pm.

Another West

Fraenkel Gallery

San Francisco, CA

September 5-October 19

Opening Reception September 12, 5:30-7:30

I’m honored to be part of Another West, which opens a season-long celebration of Fraenkel Gallery’s fortieth year.

Fraenkel Gallery is pleased to present Another West, curated by American photographer Richard Misrach. Comprised of work by eleven established and emerging artists, the exhibition surveys contemporary approaches to the Western landscape. Included in the show are works by Johnnie Chatman, Lewis deSoto, Mercedes Dorame, Mishka Henner, Nancy Holt, Zig Jackson, An-My Lê, Meghann Riepenhoff, Ed Ruscha, David Benjamin Sherry and Tabitha Soren. By presenting wide-ranging responses from artists with diverse backgrounds, the show illustrates shifting echoes of established traditions.

Yossi Milo Gallery
New York, New York
May 2-June 22
Opening Reception May 2, 6-8pm

I’m thrilled for my second solo show at Yossi Milo Gallery, where I’ll exhibit cyanotypes made in collaboration with the landscape. The exhibition features an 8×22 foot piece from the Great Salt Lake and works made in storms, snow, and ice.

Women In Color
Galerie Miranda
Paris, France
April 25-June 15
Opening Reception April 25, 6pm

Curated by Ellen Carey, this exhibition features work by fourteen artists, all working with color photography. Carey’s research considers how Anna Atkins’ early botanical cyanotypes impacted minimalism and abstraction in photography. I’m honored to exhibit alongside Claire Aho, Merry Alpern, Jo Bradford, Jo Ann Callis, Ellen Carey, Patty Carroll, Elinor Carucci, Susan Derges, Sally Gall, Mariah Robertson, Chloe Sells, Brea Souders, and Nancy Wilson-Pajic.

Photo London
The Photographers’ Gallery
London, England 
May 16-19

Work from my series Littoral Drift will be exhibited alongside the work of Vasantha Yogananthan, Jessa Fairbrother, and Chris Steele-Perkins.



Please join me!


New York Art Book Fair
Yossi Milo Gallery will feature advance copies of Littoral Drift + Ecotone.

New York Public Library Art Talks
Stephen A Schwarzman Building

Artist Talk at Herbert F. Johnson Museum
Cornell University

New York Public Library
Artist talk in conjunction with the exhibition Anna Atkins Refracted: Contemporary Works
The exhibition runs September 28th, 2018 – January 6th, 2019.


Paris Photo
Book Signing
Date and Time TBD


High Museum of Art
Lecture and Book Signing

Jackson Fine Art
Imprint (Solo Exhibition) Opening Reception
The exhibition runs 9/28-12/22.

Jackson Fine Art
Artist Talk with Abe Morrell and Book Signing 


Denver Art Museum 

New Territory: Landscape Photography Today
June 24-September 18

New Territory: Landscape Photography Today is a survey of contemporary landscape photography from around the world. The exhibition will explore how artists stretch the boundaries of traditional landscape photography to reflect the environmental attitudes, perceptions, and values of our time. The exhibition challenges us to see photography differently, and contemplate our complex relationship with the landscape.

The Wall Street Journal featured the exhibition and my work, alongside inspired work by some of my favorite contemporary photographers.

Women In Colour

Rubber Factory
New York, NY
August 19-September 28
Opening Reception August 19, 6-9pm

Women in Colour, an exhibition curated by Ellen Carey, includes work by Amanda Means, Carrie Mae Weems, Cindy Sherman, Ellen Carey, Elinor Carlucci, Jan Groover, Liz Nielsen, Laurie Simmons, Patty Carroll, Mariah Robertson, Marion Belanger, Moira McDonald, Penelope Umbrico, Susan Derges, and me.

Artnews, 9 Events to Attend in the New York Area This Week selected Women in Colour.


Oprah Magazine Feature

For several decades now Oprah Winfrey has been an inspiration to millions, a stellar philanthropist, and a powerful voice for love, diversity, and perseverance. It is an honor to have my work featured in her magazine.

Insights: New Approaches to Photography since 2000

San Francisco, CA
January 27-29, Book signing event January 28, 4-5pm

Insights: New Approaches to Photography Since 2000 is curated by Alexander Montague-Sparey, Artistic Director, PHOTOFAIRS and Allie Haeusslein, Associate Director, Pier 24 Photography, San Francisco. The Insights exhibition focuses entirely on cutting-edge artists using technical prowess and originality to push the boundaries of the medium.

Join the curators and artist of Insights for book signings and conversations about the exhibition Saturday Jan. 284-5pm.

INFOCUS Juried Exhibition of Self-Published Photobooks

Phoenix Art Museum
Phoenix, AZ
December 2April 9

This exhibition features 111 books published since 2014 that express the range of technologies and voices in contemporary photography books. My catalog Littoral Drift is  in the exhibition. It includes thirty plates, images of my process, images of the Littoral Drift exhibition at San Francisco Camerawork, and an interview with Allie Haeusslein (Associate Director, Pier 24).

Spectral Hues: Artists + Color

Palo Alto Art Center
Palo Alto, CA
January 21-April 9

As part of its 45th anniversary celebration, the Palo Alto Art Center presents Spectral Hues: Artists + Color, an exhibition featuring the work of more than 20 artists who share an interest in the power of color, and employ strategic choices about the use of color, in their works. The exhibition is curated by Sharon E. Bliss and includes Chronograph #9, my cyanotype book that exposes for the duration of the exhibition.



The Surface of Things

The Houston Center for Photography

Houston, TX
November 18-January 15

Curated by Keliy Anderson-Staley, The Surface of Things brings together a diverse group of contemporary artists who use photo-sensitive materials to explore environmental, aesthetic and cultural questions.

Of Many Minds

Euqinom Projects, San Francisco, CA

September 7 – October 29, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, September 9, 2016, 6:00-8:00PM

Gallery Conversation: Thursday, October 6, 2016, 6:00-8:00pm Klea McKenna and Meghann Riepenhoff with Corey Keller, Curator of Photography, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Of Many Minds features work by Theresa Ganz, Klea McKenna, and Meghann Riepenhoff. The artists share an interest in landscape, time, materiality, and photography. Their spirit of experimentation, in tandem with a deep understanding of photographic history, yields works that push into new formal and conceptual terrain.

The exhibition was reviewed in Art Forum by Kim Beil.

Exhibition Images

Of Many Minds   Of Many Minds

Chronograph #4               Of Many Minds, Ecotone #11 (Bainbridge Island, WA 11.09.15, Rain Shadow from Drizzle and Downpour over Poles and Chairs)

Detail of Ecotone #11 (Bainbridge Island, WA 11.09.15, Rain Shadow from Drizzle and Downpour over Poles and Chairs)         05_OMM

     07_OMM    Ecotone #21 (Bainbridge Island, WA 04.04.16, Rain Shadow from Fence and Cedar Tree, Mixed Precipitation)






What Light Can Do: Views on Photography

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Lecture Series
Tuesdays, September 6–October 4, 2016, 6–7:30 p.m.

I’m excited to speaking in the upcoming San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s lecture series What Light Can Do: Views On Photography. The series examines the impact of photography on contemporary culture, from art and science to our political and personal perspectives, and questions how photography can “preserve memory, create change, make discoveries, and inspire wonder.”

Lenscratch Feature

My work was featured on Lenscratch as part of McNair Evans’ California contribution to The States Project, where a photographer is asked to guest curate work of those sharing a similar zip code.

PDN Feature

Photo District News featured my work in Photography’s New Dimensions, an online and print article featuring photographic work by five photo-based artists who are pushing the boundaries of the traditional print.

Photography Is Magic

Aperture Foundation, New York, NY

July 14-August 11

I’m excited to be part of this exhibition curated by Charlotte Cotton, who writes, “the photographic practices represented in the final selection for this year’s Summer Open are rich with vitality and deep curiosity for the magical medium of photography. They share a fascination with and substantial knowledge of the historical roots and the contemporary state of photography.”

Littoral Drift

San Francisco Camerawork

December 10-February 6


Memphis College of Art

February 26–March 26

A solo exhibition of my work, this exhibition was reviewed in San Francisco by KQED and The San Francisco Chronicle. Additionally, The San Francisco Chronicle featured a two-page spread about my work. In Memphis, the show was reviewed by The Commercial Appeal. 

“Riepenhoff’s exhibition, “Littoral Drift,” at San Francisco Camerawork is grandly conceived, conceptually solid and photographically experimental.” –Charles Desmarais, The San Francisco Chronicle

“The…magnificent “Littoral Drift #284,” [is] 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.” -Fredric Koepel, The Commercial Appeal

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.

Cyanotype: Photography’s Blue Period

Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA

January 16-April 24

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. 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.

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.

FotoFest Biennial: Discoveries of the Meeting Place

Winter Street Studios, Houston, TX

March 12-April 24

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

“The Salt/Water exhibition originated from a desire to explore contemporary photographs of the landscape from fresh perspectives. In the process of researching and reviewing work amidst the recent backdrop of a global culture tearing itself apart through hatred and intolerance, the exhibit has evolved into a meditative environment intended to connect humanity—to these photographs, to nature, and to one another, recognizing essential and shared properties of our existence.” -Michelle Dunn-Marsh

Sarah Margolis-Pineo reviewed Salt/Water for Daily Serving.
Michael Unchurch reviewed Salt/Water for the Seattle Times.




  • 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
  • My work was selected for the Center for Fine Art Photography’s Center Forward 2014 exhibition, juried by Hamidah Glasgow.
    Exhibition reception August 1, 6-9pm, Ft. Collins, CO
    Exhibition Dates: July 18 – August 30, 2014
  • I’m really happy to be part of SF Camerawork’s Fine Print Program. New prints by Christina Seely, Andy Freeberg, Peter Steinhauer, Lucy Goodhard, and myself are available now.
  • My work will be in the Secrets of Earth exhibition at Public Works Gallery in San Francisco, CA.
    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..
  • A piece of mine is part of Southern Exposure’s annual action, Smoke and Mirrors, Saturday March 22.
  • Please join me for the Spring Open House at my studio at the Headlands Center for the Arts April 13, noon-5pm. Building 960.
  • 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







  • 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.
  • Solo exhibition Eluvium at Duncan Miller Gallery in Los Angeles, May 14, 2011, 7-9pm. The show features the series Eluvium. The exhibition runs 5/14-6/18.
  • Work from Eluvium, Instar and Darkmatter will be on view at Madrid Photo, May 5-8, 2011.
  • 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.