Sarah Oppenheimer


Ms. Oppenheimer is an artist engaged with the boundary conditions of spatial adjacency. She received a B.A. from Brown University in 1995 and an M.F.A. in painting from Yale University in 1999. Upcoming solo projects include 33-D, a double threshold at at Kunsthaus Baselland and a solo exhibition at MassMoCA. Recent projects include W-12302, an architecturally embedded permanent commission at the Baltimore Museum of Art (2012). Her work has been exhibited at venues including the Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh PA (2012), the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (2009), Art Unlimited, Art Basel (2009), Skulpturens Hus (Stockholm), the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Mattress Factory, the Drawing Center and the Sculpture Center. She is the recipient of a Rome Prize Fellowship 2011-12, a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Fellowship 2009, a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship 2007, an American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Art 2007, and a Rema Hort Mann Foundation Fellowship 2003. Ms. Oppenheimer joined the Yale faculty in 2003 and was appointed critic in painting/printmaking in 2005.