This second guest on this week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast is Sarah Oppenheimer, a New York-based artist whose architectural interventions challenge our perception of space.
Next week the Baltimore Museum of Art will re-open its remodeled contemporary wing. As part of the re-opening the museum will unveil two commissioned works by Oppenheimer that will be permanently on view at the museum. This is one of them, P-0101 (2012). It consists of a giant diagonal cut in a limestone wall and an aluminum-and-glass insertion. It’s less peek-a-boo than it is ‘where am I?’