Fine Art Photography

Beyond the 2D Print: Meghann Junell Riepenhoff’s Evolving Cyanotypes

August 11, 2016

By Conor Risch


Meghann Riepenhoff’s "Littoral Drift #217,"  "#273" and "#216" installed at SF Camerawork. Working without a camera distills the process "back down to the material, light, chemistry and the imprint of something from the world around us," says Riepenhoff. Image © Meghann Riepenhoff.

PDN recently spoke with five artists who are creating photo-based work that has intrigued curators, collectors and viewers by pushing beyond the traditional two-dimensional print. They spoke about how they make, present and sell their work. Here, we present Meghan Junell Riepenhoff’s collection of cyanotypes she made by exposing photo paper to waves, weather and other elements. MEGHANN JUNELL RIEPENHOFF’S...

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