GEOF OPPENHEIMER has exhibited at the The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; PS1/MOMA, Long Island City NY; The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore; SITE Santa Fe; The Aspen Art Museum; The Indianapolis Museum of Art; The Project, New York; MC, Los Angeles and at SF Camerawork, San Francisco. Oppenheimer studied at the Maryland Institute, College of Art where he received his BFA and received an MFA from the University of California, Berkeley. He also studied at the Academia voor Beeldende Vorming in the Netherlands. Oppenheimer’s work takes up questions of civic value, the ways in which political and social structures are encoded in images and objects and how meaning is formed in the modern world. Represented by Ratio3, San Francisco, he is an Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Chicago and lives and works in Chicago, Illinois.
Associate Professor of Practice in the Arts