"Scene of the Crime (Whose Crime?)" (1993)

"Scene of the Crime (Whose Crime?)," 1993
Mixed media installation, with furniture, video and objects, 132 x 420 x 144 inches. Photo by Frank Gimpaya. Collection of the Bronx Museum for the Arts, New York
Courtesy Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York

"In 'Scene of the Crime...' the living room is red. It relates to the passion. It relates also to the scene, to the crime scene, to the color red that is so much associated with anger, that is so much associated with crime, that is so much associated with passion. And then the dining room, it's white, which is so much associated with richness and a more contemplated space...In that sense, 'Scene of the Crime...' is a place that is for meditation, as much as a place that is for anger."

- Pepón Osorio

Nope ×
Close ×
Close ×
Answer one question. Improve our website.

Today, I’m visiting the ART21 website:

Done. Thank you!

What is this?

We’re always looking for ways to improve our site, so we want to know why you’re here and how we can help you find the information you need. For specific questions or comments about our website or this survey, please contact us. Thanks for your help!