Artist John Riepenhoff curates the miniature gallery The John Riepenhoff Experience, which presents don’t overdo it, do it over from Saige Rowe, a native of Conyers, GA.

A recent graduate of the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Rowe works primarily with video and photography, exploring the boundaries of both. She is especially fascinated by the flatness of the media, seeing it as both a subject and challenge for her practice. The exhibition’s title work uses interactivity to address the abstraction of a linear narrative.

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John Riepenhoff

John Riepenhoff was born in 1982 in Milwaukee, WI, and received his BFA from the Peck School of the Arts at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI. He is represented by Marlborough Gallery in New York. Riepenhoff is 2014 recipient of the Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowship for Individual Artists. Riepenhoff is also a curator and co-owner of The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI; co-organizer of The Milwaukee International and Dark Fairs; and an inventor of artistic platforms for the expression of others.

His exhibitions and curatorial projects have been presented at the Tate Modern and Frieze Art Fair, London; Marlborough, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, James Fuentes, and the Swiss Institute, New York, NY; Pepin Moore, Freedman Fitzpatrick and Ooga Booga, Los Angeles, CA; Cooper Cole, Toronto; The Suburban, Oak Park, IL; Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL; Madison Museum of Contemporary Art and the Poor Farm, WI; and the Milwaukee Art Museum, Dean Jensen Gallery, Small Space, Milwaukee, WI.

He also continues a program of the John Riepenhoff Experience at various locations around the world.

Upcoming Events

April 12 / 6:00pm

Meditate + Create

Hannah Joy


Atlanta Contemporary hosts a session of mindfulness-based activities to inspire awareness, creativity, and healing for everyone.

April 15 / 7:00pm

Pagan Five

Redaction of Archival Materials


Adam Forrester manifests a physical representation of the notion of selective memory by interacting with formally confidential archival materials reflecting the hidden history of his hometown.

April 17 / 12:00pm

Deeply Rooted, Cultured, and Silenced

Jose Villalobos Performance and Talkback


Jose Villalobos virtually screens their performance Deeply Rooted, Cultured, and Silenced (2021) followed by a talk back with curator Dr. Jordan Amirkhani.

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