Isa Melsheimer

Isa Melsheimer (born 1968 in Neuss, Germany) questions modern architecture as much as our natural environment. She usually operates in situ. Her work straddles painting, embroidery and sculpture, and includes plants. Her work questions the complex, evolving relationship of humans with their environment. Architecture plays a central role in the work of Isa Melsheimer, more particularly the shapes and figureheads of modernism, notably Ludwig Mies van der Rohe or Le Corbusier.
Isa Melsheimer - 2/5
Captures - 2/5 Series
Four artist's posters.
Isa Melsheimer -
bilingual edition (English / French)
Analogues - Monographs
A set of new embroideries with a selection of older works by German artist, gathered for a specific installation: a reflection on the living space and the architectural environment.

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