Myriam MECHITA

Strasbourg, 1974

Myriam Mechita (French, born in 1974) lives and works in Berlin and Paris.
Some of her institutional exhibitions include Biennale of Sao Paolo in 2014, Forets at Musee de la Chasse, Paris, solo exhibitions at URDLA in Lyon, Fondation Jean-Marc et Claudine Salomon in Annecy and Musee National de la Ceramique, Sevres. Since 2006 Myriam Mechita is art teacher at ESAM Caen, France.
In her work Myriam Mechita uses a wide variety of media such as drawings, sculptures, books and installations.

“Life, death, suffering, pleasure, are ambivalent concepts that collide in my work, as in everyday life. My achievements are always contradictory. There are pearls and glitter, of course, but there are also drawings made with a drill and other very crude creations. What interests me is the tension between the appearance of things and what is hidden at first glance. I constantly oscillate between sophistication and radicalism. I’m trying to figure out how to bring these extremes together. “

– Myriam Mechita –

more information : http://www.myriammechita.net/

AVAILABLES WORKS

Myriam MECHITA
“Et si le monde s’endormait”
Original silkscreen on paper, 46 x 65 cm
2020
Myriam MECHITA
“Avec mon amour, le chemin sera rouge écarlate”
Original silkscreen on paper, 46 x 65 cm
2020
Myriam MECHITA
“Je me fous des heures sombres”
Original silkscreen on paper, 46 x 65 cm
2020
Myriam MECHITA
“La peur des jeux de lumière”
Original silkscreen on paper, 46 x 65 cm
2020
Myriam MECHITA
“Les prairies sombrent se couvrent de fleurs pourpres”
Original silkscreen on paper, 46 x 65 cm
2020

Myriam MECHITA
“Les colères en sommeil”
Original silkscreen on paper, 46 x 65 cm
2020

Myriam MECHITA
“L’or perle de tes doigts m’a fait creuser jusqu’au bleu”
Original silkscreen on paper, 65 x 46 cm
2020
Myriam MECHITA
“Le jour d’après se remplit de lumière”
Original silkscreen on paper, 65 x 46 cm
2020
Myriam MECHITA
“Je suis le phenix encore et encore”
Original silkscreen on paper
65 x 46 cm
2020
Myriam MECHITA
“De la terre fleurissent les ombres”
Original silkscreen on paper
65 x 46 cm
2020