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Robin Repp


Welcome to the captivating realm of OCCCA-Robin Repp. With an artistic journey that unfolds over several decades, Robin Repp has crafted a unique space for herself in the world of art. Her versatility spans across photography, painting, and printmaking, and her work speaks volumes through its intriguing exploration of the anticipation of the future and the enigmatic unknown.

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Robin Repp
Huntington Beach, CA

Phone: 714-743-9760


Photography, painting & printmaking

Robin Repp


B.A., Art, University of California, Berkeley Graduate Sculpture Program, University of California, Berkeley

Robin Repp's work is included in the newly released books, "Signs of Resistance" by Bonnie Siegler, "Posters for Peace" by Thomas W. Benson, and "4973: Berkeley Protest Posters" by Barry Miles. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Laguna Art Museum, the Oakland Art Museum, the Berkeley Art Museum, Museum of Art & History, Lancaster, The Shapero Modern, London, The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Griffin Museum of Photography, MA, The San Francisco Civic Center, and various galleries such as the LA Artcore Gallery, Huntington Beach Art Center, Rochester Contemporary Art Gallery, N.Y.C, The Studios Inc. Gallery, Kansas City, Square I Gallery, Claremont, The Irvine Fine Arts Center, The Brea Gallery, CSUF, CSULB & CSUH Galleries, Worth Ryder Gallery Berkeley, The Blue Line Sacramento, Sanchez Art Center, The Billboard Creative, and the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art.

Her work is in many private collections, as well as the following public collections:

  • Berkeley Art Museum, BAMPFA, Berkeley, CA

  • The University of British Columbia, Canada

  • University of California, Bancroft Library Berkeley, CA

  • The Center for the Study of Political Graphics Los Angeles, CA AOUON Archive of Political Posters, Berkeley, CA

  • The Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, CA

  • The Thomas W. Benson Collection, Penn State University Library, PA Special Collections, City of Huntington Beach, CA

  • Special Collections, City of Anjo, Japan

Artist Statement

My work explores the concept of anticipation of the future or the unknown. With influences as diverse as
Thomas Struth, Dorthea Lange, Elmer Bischoff, and Minor White, I have been using infrared photography,
painting, printmaking, the figure in the landscape and social commentary topics to tell my story. 
I am fascinated by protest and social issues set in the landscape. What starts out as often simple white or
abstracted figures against a dark background, leaves the viewer with a sense of dreamlike questioning.
Who are these people and what is going on here?

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