* 1975 in New York, USA
She lives and works in New York, USA
For nearly a decade, Lisa Oppenheim has teased apart the individual steps of picture-making, wringing from the medium’s technical apparatus a surprisingly broad range of meanings. […] Time is itself a central focus of her work, which meditates on the various ways photography registers duration – the length of the exposure, the gap between a picture’s making and it’s viewing – and how our sense of it dilates in a photograph’s presence.
– Brian Sholis
Oppenheim’s work is included in several public collections, including FRAC Champagne–Adrenne and Piemonte, Kunstverein Hamburg, Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Shpilman Institute of Photography in Tel Aviv, Guggenheim Museum in New York, MoMA in New York and the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester.
Exhibitions at Klosterfelde Edition:
On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous (February to March 2020)